Pottery Barn’s Lazy Susan: My Version: I’ve been thinking about getting a lazy susan for our table… and I’ve seen some out there that I really like! I liked this Pottery Barn lazy susan, but I didn’t love it’s $99 price tag. iphone 6 case 360 silicone We were in Ikea a couple of weeks ago and I spotted their lazy susan for $7 or so. apple case for iphone 7 plus I bought it and planned to refinish it with a more rustic and distressed look. torro cases iphone 8 plus So here’s what I started with: I sanded off the clear coat of varnish and used some Minwax Stain in the color of Ebony that my husband had in our garage. I only did one coat and liked how the color of the wood was still quite varied. silicone iphone 7 case glitter So that was all it took! Then I used my cricut to cut a tree silhouette out on black vinyl. I bought the 4 feet of vinyl for $5.98 and only used 1 foot of the vinyl. I peeled off the tree and applied it to the stained lazy susan. I then traced around the image with a black permanent marker. phone case for iphone 7 pink After tracing the image, I pulled off the vinyl and filled in the rest of the shape with the marker. bunny iphone 8 case I then added some slight silver accents with paint and the wording “Grateful for Simple Blessings” across the bottom. I just have to add clear coat.
Connect & LoginConnect with:
Enter your WordPress.com blog URL
- Connect or Register with us to follow all of our up-coming amazingness!
Products by Linden & LaceNo items to display