According to my friend Lucy, I should just say it's bacon time, because a real breakfast simply *must* involve pork products!
My clock is a true piece of mixed media artwork. The plate is a real, honest-to-Pete dinner plate, one of the last few remaining from a set my Mum had for years. I really, really do not recommend that you try to drill a hole in a ceramic plate; had I realized what a chore it would be, I would've gotten a plastic plate from the dollar store! At least the ceramic plate looks really authentic.
The eggs are made from white craft foam and yellow nail polish. I poured the nail polish onto the foam, rather than using the brush. I started with a small puddle of polish, let it dry, then added more layers until I was happy with the yolk's size and texture.
The toast is a piece of upholstery foam I sliced off a big block that was hanging out in my parents' laundry room. Shhh, don't tell my Mum I stole a piece of it!
I cut out the bread shape with scissors (it's tougher than you might imagine to cut it evenly), then colored the "crust" and shaded the "toasted" part with a brown Sharpie.
The hands of the clock are all made from inkjet printer-compatible shrink plastic, and glued on top of the original hands. The knife is the minute hand, while the fork is the hour hand; both are clip art. The second hand is pure bacony goodness -- a photo of an actual piece of bacon I cooked and ate for breakfast last week! I added the red triangle pointer. The clock mechanism is scavenged from an el cheapo thrift store find.