LAZY SUSAN

This little lazy Susan was purchased at a garage sale not quite knowing what I might do with it.  It was not very pretty so I had to do something.  This being the 2nd time I still resisted in painting it covering  first in a blue then a white and distressing it.  When we purchased our new appliances I wanted to update this cute little Lazy Susan.

I painted it all white with Rustoleum Linen White with 2 coats.  Dry brushing it with Rustoleum Charcoal  and then I simply applied a stencil and covered it with Minwax  Polyurethane 4 coats.

So simple.

 

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