Monday, May 25, 2015

DIY Lazy Susan

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Needed Supplies:
  • Tray or Plate- Mine is a yardsale find for $3
  • Lazy Susan turntable- I bought mine from Home Depot for under $5
  • Paint for tray
  • Glue (not pictured)- I used...Loctite All Purpose Go2 Glue


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First, I painted the tray a light gray color. 

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Once it dried, I glued the turntable onto the bottom of the tray. I stacked some books on to keep the turntable in place while the glue dried.
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Once the glue dries, you are ready to use it! 

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I also tried it out with craft supplies because I think it would be awesome in the middle of a craft table to house all of your supplies! 

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It will be finding a home on my best friend, Allie's, table! This was such an easy and cheap project. I am excited to make another one in the future!

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