Alright, so I got tired of knocking off my digital clock off a dresser in my "computer corner" (its the only place I have left after my craftster girlfriend took over what was to be my Computer room), and thought "well, I can dismantle and make it into a cool wall-hanging clock". well, I've got it apart and it still works fine (minus the alarm), but now I don't really have anything to turn it into!
I could just nail it to the wall like it is, but that really wouldn't be (very) cool. So I need some suggestions on what to turn it into/put it inside so it will look better. we've got a drill and a dremel, so I have the ability to cut stuff, but not any heavy power tools, so That's a limit right there.
Here are some photos of what I have to work with/around:
what used to be the casing:
The front of the display (clockface-ish)
the internal components from the side; they can be bent to lay flat, but I'm afraid too much bending will break the wires.
the back if they're all folded over; the buttons side. the buttons need to be accessable.
That's about it; I have some pretty old and random computer parts laying around, but making a case out of computer components would seem a little too cliche.
and at no fault of my own, I found out how computer chips mate in the process of trying to think of something:
talk about graphic...
Thanks for the help!