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A really good blog post that shows step-by-step photos of how to make your own spinning wheel.

 

http://www.doodlecraftblog.com...prize-wheel-diy.html

 

The white surface is dry-erase vinyl that comes in rolls. That's a great idea because it allows you to change how many sections you want on the spinner, and write directly on the spinner.

 

doodle2

 

 

***Only thing I would change in the DIY instructions:  

Use wooden dowel pegs instead of nails on the spinning wheel. Easier on hands and safer when spinning.

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