DIY Spinner Prize Wheel by Doodle Craft

 
 
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A simple craft that will make you a Rockstar!
 
 
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Any kid (or adult for that matter) that has watched The Wheel of Fortune  has longed to spin that giant prize wheel.
When we went to the fair last summer,  there were booths set up with smaller, but equally
as awesome prize wheels that the kids got to spin...once.
I vowed to remedy that.
 
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DIY Spinner Prize Wheel
 
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11 comments:

  1. I think this is fantastic! I'm going to try to gather everything I need to make this for Monday! Hopefully it will work out as nicely for me as it did for you!

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  2. Doodle Craft did a great job! I love the spinner wheel!

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  3. how did you attache the lazy susan to the piece of wood? I'm looking for a little bit more direction...

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  4. I'm also curious how you attached the lazy susan to the board...I've reread the post a number of times and can't seem to find where you state that.

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    1. Glue the small wooden circle on the underside of the lazy susan to the board. Hope that helps!

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  5. I love this. I decided to make one for a marketing event for my office, and it's turning out great! I haven't finished yet, but I just wanted to note that I couldn't find the "Dry Erase vinyl surface" so I printed out triangles on Microsoft word and had them laminated at Kinkos. They work just as well! Thanks for the tutorial! Love it!

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  6. This is a cool idea. I just bought a Prize Wheel for my business that can be customized with downloadable templates, but this is a great craft project for kids.

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  7. I love this idea! Going to make one for our church's Kids Ministry, but I'll use the chalkboard paint we already have on hand. Thanks for this tutorial!

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    1. I like the idea of chalkboard paint. It'll be great for the classroom!

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  8. I am obsessed! This seems SO EASY and pretty cheap! I will be making one this week for a carnival at the library! THANK YOU SO MUCH!

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