Here’s what you need:
Skate bearing
1-inch by 2.6-inch craft sticks
Duct tape (optional)
M10 flat washers
E6000 clear glue

Cut two of the craft sticks in half — you’ll need three of the halved sticks.
Paint the sticks, color on them, or cover them in duct tape like we did.
Tear off some duct tape and place the craft sticks onto the sticky side. Place another piece of duct tape over the other side of the craft sticks to cover them. Press around the edges to seal them in. Cut around them to release them from the duct tape.
Glue the craft sticks together to form a triangle. Place the skate bearing in the center and tighten the triangle until the bearing is held in place. Secure each joint with a clothespin while the glue hardens.
Turn your fidget spinner over and apply glue where the skate bearing meets each craft stick. Allow to harden.
Your fidget spinner will spin, but to make it go faster and longer, we’ll need to add some weight.
Glue washers onto each of the corners of the triangle. Allow glue to harden, and your fidget spinner is ready!

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