Here is a photo of the clock I purchased at Kirkland's. It is sitting on the top shelf of one of the shelves to the side of the fireplace. I removed one of the shelves to make room for it.
Mom loved her new clock. If you want to know how I did it... keep reading. :-)
I found the center of my clock and cut a hole with the exacto knife for the clock mechanism. The large clock kit came with a template for adding the numbers, so that was pretty easy to do. It is easier for the spacing to add the twelve and six first then the three and nine then fill in from there. However, I didn't use the number six since I would be cutting a hole for the pendulum.
Once I had all the numbers on, I used a gold paint pen to trace around them.
The gold circle around the pendulum area is scrapbook paper cut with nestibilities dies.