I like toys like those ...
Here is a table with all intervals for the C major scale.
1.) Click on both images and print them using your browsers PRINT function:
If you have Microsoft Powerpoint 95 or higher you can download the clock.ppt file and print it in higher quality.
2.) Cut them along the circle border line
3.) Put them together with a needle or whatever (small one on top ... )
Here is your universal Arbie Chord Clock for calculation/analyzing chords and intervals!
How to use it:
If '1' point to root note the inner circle shows which note belongs to which interval and vice versa.