The process is quite tedious but I’m very satisfied with outcome.
Beginning: I placed a toilet roll in the middle of the base and secured it with tape. Afterwards, I stuffed the base with fake grass to add a wee bit of greenery. I filled the Christmas decoration ball with sands to add weight to it. After that, I sealed the top with hot glue so that none of the sand comes out.
Middle: I used square lash method with cotton twines to tie all the wooden sticks together and tried to reduce the usage of hot glue. Afterwards, I hollowed out a Styrofoam ball and placed the wooden ball in the middle. I glued in the satay stick.
Ending: I dismantled the fidget spinner to retrieve the ball bearing. I glued the ball bearing in between 2 wooden piece so that it could rotate for the “spinning” part of the product. I added in the Christmas decoration I did earlier on an made a balancing beam. I assembled all the different parts together to get the end product.
Problem: After assembling all the products, the weight was too heavy on the balancing beam and it kept collapsing. Thus, I came up with a supporting stand and attached it to the balancing beam to the base of the whole product. This helps the balancing of the weight and does not collapse that much.