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Hey there! Happy Thursday! It’s been a busy few weeks over here. We adopted a new kitten, the kids started school, and I took a two day trip to New York to visit the folks at HGTV! Now that things are starting to settle down a bit, I am starting to get back into the swing of things! One of the things that has been on my list of to do’s is making a Lazy Susan for our table. I love sitting down for a meal with my family, but sometimes the passing around of food gets to me a little. For one thing, I’ve usually already cooked a meal…the last thing I want to do when I sit down for dinner is have to hand everyone the salt. So, to remedy this problem, I finally decided to jump and make my own Lazy Susan!
A prefabbed round piece of pine (found at Home Depot for $7)
A rotating spice holder (Found at Target for $4)
Stain or Paint
I started by rubbing the stain onto the pine going with the grain.
Then I let it dry overnight.
I used Elmer’s ProBond to adhere the spice rounder to the bottom of the piece of pine.
I let it dry overnight, then placed it in the center of our dining table. Isn’t it super cute? It’s so nice to be able to spin it and grab the salt or pepper. When we have taco night, we put all of the fixins in little bowls so everyone can fill their tacos with ease, and on burger night, we just place all of the condiments in the middle so their is no need to pass the ketchup ;)
You simply spin it with your hands…no work whatsover!
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