Make A Lazy Susan For Your Table or Kitchen Counter
I don't know about you, but I really detest having to pass things around the table during dinner. A while back, I decided to do something about it. I made a Lazy Susan for our dining table, and now dinner is so much easier. We just sit our condiments and dishes in the middle and give the Lazy Susan a spin! This is one of the easiest projects I've done in a long time!
You will need a rotating spice holder, a round piece of pine board and some stain. I used stain cloths which are amazing!
Simply wipe the stain across your board and allow it to dry well.
Once dried, you are ready for the next step...
Use a high adhesive bonding glue to glue the top of the spice rounder to the bottom of your pine board.
Let it dry, then you are ready to use your Lazy Susan! We use ours for taco night, burger night and can place a pizza on it so everyone can grab their own slices too! For the more detailed tutorial, click the blog post link below!
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Published November 11th, 2014 8:43 PM
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Rea Benton on Jan 02, 2019
Penny-Marie on Mar 30, 2020
Several houses ago I rescued the cut out from the counter for the sink, a board for the bottom & bought the Lazy Susan piece . The counter piece has a hole in the edge where they started to cut it out which would be good for a piece of dowel to make it easier to spin it around. I had some trim that I put around it to cover the raw edge. Probably only paid $5.00 or less for the Lazy Susan piece & the rest didn't cost anything.
Do you have to cut the round piece or can this be found pre cut??? Love the idea!
Did you stain top and bottom of wooden disc?