8 How to Make a Fidget Spinner [DIY]


Fidget spinners are all the craze right now! They’re a great activity for keeping fidgety hands busy. Learn how to make a fidget spinner with one of these step by step tutorials. Why spend the money on purchasing one if you can easily make your own?

How to make a fidget spinner with these tutorials which include bearing fidget spinners, no-bearing fidget spinners, cardboard spinners, Lego spinners, hand spinners, and so much more!

Fidget Spinner

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1 Fidget Spinner DIY

How to build a Lego fidget spinner from Frugal Fun for Boys and Girls using 2×2 and 2×3 Lego plates. No bearings required for this spinner. {smiling!}

Make a fidget spinner from Kids Activities Blog using craft sticks, washers and a skate bearing. Use patterned duct tape to decorate the craft sticks into your own style.

Red Ted Art shares 3 free templates to make a fidget spinner using cardboard, coins and glue.

Only 2 materials are needed to make a fidget spinner from All for the Boys. Bearings and super glue is all you’ll need. Another variation to try is adding metal nuts.

Hand Spinner

2 Hand Spinner

No bearings necessary for this hand spinner from A Girl and a Glue Gun at Make and Takes. It’s made with cardboard circles and string. After they start to spin they hum. How fun is that?!

Try adding an optical illusions to your fidget spinner with these free templates from Playtivities. There are 6 different templates included in the free printable. Simply download, print, cut it out and attach it to a spinner with double-sided tape.

No template is needed to make this ninja fidget spinner from Red Ted Art. The only thing you’ll need is paper and this step by step tutorial.

Make a simple magnetic fidget spinner from Instructables using a circular magnet and a bearing. Since it’s a magnet you can have fun when you see what it attracts.

8 How to Make a Fidget Spinner [DIY]

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