Introduction: Antique Fidget Spinner
2. 2 bearings
3. 8 nuts
4. dremmle tool
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Step 1: Find Your Wood and Drill
I used a piece of pallet wood because it looks old, i found a piece that fit well in my hand and wasn't too thick. I drilled a hole 3/4 of an inch in the very center. It was slightly to small so i used a sanding bit on my dremle tool to make it the perfect size for the bearing.
Step 2: Get Your Bearing
i used one from a broken scooter.
Step 3: Add Your Weights
I used nuts because they are heavy and look cool. i drilled 4 9/16" holes and used a hammer to gently pound a nut into each hole, then do the same on the other side.
Step 4: Make More Comfortable
Sand it to make it more comfortable for your hand and cut out two finger-sized holes on the edges (i used a drill)
Step 5: Drill Holes
I drilled 6 holes to make it look cool and weigh less.
Step 6: Stain
I used a homemade vinegar stain to give it a rustic look. (I also used the dremmle to put another hole on the other two sides.
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