Lazy Susan DIY


Ok...

Can we set the record straight?

Why on Earth is it called a lazy Susan?

Why not a lazy Jane or lazy Bridgette?

Why me?

LOL




Supplies needed..

One unfinished pine circle.

You can find them at Lowes and Home Depot.

They run between 5.00 and 7.00


Then this cool little spinning thing a ma bob

This one came from Lowes.



I drew out a pattern to look like an old wine barrel lid.


Then I flipped it over and did another design.


After the paint dried, I stained both sides.


I picked the wine barrel look.


Then you just screw the spinner onto the bottom.


And there you have it!


One lazy susan.


I tried it out in a couple of spots.


I may even make a few for my pantry.


You can't beat it for under 12.00

These would make great wedding, housewarming, Mothers day..... etc.. gifts!

Hope you are enjoying day!

xoxo Susie

5 comments:

  1. Such a fun easy project. And ... love your tupperware salt/pepper shakers.

    Fondly,
    Glenda

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  2. I've been looking for a lazy susan, with a wine theme (reasonably priced); and there, you went and made your own. I may have to try this for myself!

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  3. I had to laugh when I saw the title. My mom's name is Susan, so growing up those thing a ma bobs were called "spinning platters." :) Yours is beautiful! Well done!

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  4. A few years ago Eddie completely redid our pantry and made these for the corners so that every inch of our pantry would be used. I wasn't quite so sure then but I 100% love them now. Plus, they are super sturdy to boot! Love the one where you added your initial. By the way, your kitchen is looking fabulous!

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  5. Wonderful DIY. That would be a nice addition to my kitchen.
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