How to make a Lazy Susan

Helllllllloooooo Lazy Susan. I made you on Home and Family on the Hallmark Channel and I LOVE you! If you missed me, please see the tutorial below and make me ASAP.

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How to make a Lazy Susan

What you need
24" Wood Round
Lazy Susan Hardware (at any Home improvement store)
(4) 1/4" - 1/2" Screws
Screw Driver
Hot Glue
Martha Stewart Wood Stain
Wood Paint
UV Clear Spray paint


1. Stain your wood round and let dry. I used the new Martha Stewart wood stains and they were awesome! They come in a squeeze bottle now so there is no mess. (These little things make me sooooo happy!)

2. Usine your stencils, carefully stencil each letter. If you are stenciling words like I did, you will want to have some of your words hang off the edge. Once dry, coat with a UV clear spray.

3. Hot glue a square piece of felt to the bottom of your lazy susan hardware so it doesn't scratch your table.

4. Using a screw driver screw the lazy susan hardware to the center of your wood lazy susan.

Tips: I found that Home Depot only offered two sizes of wood rounds, but my Ace Hardware store had multiple sizes and very nice wood in addition to cheap plywood.