1. Stain your board your desired color - I used weathered grey from Rustoleum - then sand with a fine-grit sandpaper.
4. Once paint is dry, coat with polyurethane to protect the finish.
5. Add turn-style hardware to opposite side of board.
6. I was worried about the turn-style scratching the surface of my table so I added a small piece of adhesive foam (from my craft stash) to pad it.
That's all, guys. Super easy, super inexpensive - I think this project cost me around $10.
I'm loving our new lazy susan - it's an addition that meets my criteria of being not only beautiful but also useful. My girls enjoy spinning it to get their salt and pepper as opposed to reaching around the dough bowl/antlers that used to be in its place - I'll admit that sometimes they enjoy spinning it a little too much but oh well... they're only little for a while, right?
Hope you're having a great week - it's almost the weekend so hang in there!!
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