Succulent Table Spinner AKA Lazy Susan

2 Materials
2 Hours

Lazy Susans AKA rotating serving trays are fabulous home decor items, especially when they are given a one of a kind design.

I purchased this had crafted solid oak beauty at our local thrift store. Yes it seems to have been damaged in its past but this is easily remedied with a fantastic makeover. It was scrubbed well, power sanded lightly then the rotating base was removed.

As part of the makeover I chose the  DixieBelle transfer; cacti and succulents to pair with the  Dixie Belle silk paint in serenity. 

Dixie Belle silk paint has a built in top coat and primer making it a great durable product to use. Two coats were brushed on all sides of the turntable.

The transfer was cut apart and laid out to create a pattern on the round top. It is important to think what layers go in what order for a smooth unified transition.

Once the spot is chosen, peel off the protective backing and place on the project. Burnish the transfer in place, so pretty right?

Even though the one step paint has such great properties this rotating trivet may see allot of use so I added multiple coats of Dixie Belle flat clear coat using the Dixie Belle scarlet brush. This wide narrow brush makes applying clear coat super easy. And this one of a kind cutie is complete.

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You can find more photos and a video on the blog tutorial linked below.

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