This simple DIY Lazy Susan was completed in less than 15 minutes and looks like a million bucks!
Did I mention it uses no paint?
A DIY project without using paint?
What has happened to me?
I’m not sure, but what I do know is I LOVE THIS RESULT!
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Step 1: Gather your materials
I purchased (ok….I sent Matt to purchase) this wooden disc at our local hardware store (thank you, Home Depot). I gathered my VERY FEW supplies needed (listed for you below) and got started!
Step 2: Decide on your design
Using a ruler and pencil, I drew out my design. I then taped off the first section of my design (the mountains) using painter’s tape.
Step 3: Get to Stainin’!
Make sure to wear gloves to prevent the stain from discoloring your hands. Rub off any excess stain and then remove the tape.
Step 4: Rinse and Repeat
I was able to immediately tape over that stained area so I could stain the next section of the design. I was originally worried that my tape would pull back the stain but was happy to discover it does not!
Again….stain….wipe off excess….remove tape….and move to the next section.
Step 5: Seal
To seal and protect this Lazy Susan, I chose Dixie Belle’s Hemp Oil, since we want this to be food-safe (just in case someone would like to use this to serve food).
Hemp Oil absorbs into the wood, dries with a matte finish, and is water-resistant when fully cured (30 days).
Step 6: Make it lazy
Now to make this Lazy Susan spin!
I ordered the spinning component from Amazon and had Matt attach it to the disc!
And that is it!!!
Such a simple project with a big WOW attached to it!
These make great gifts!!
I am gifting this one to my daughter to use on her kitchen island! I can’t wait to hear what you think!!!