This is the perfect lazy susan makeover if I do say so myself.
TRASH TO TREASURE LAZY SUSAN
It's always nice to have a blank slate to work with. The ideas are endless. The lazy susan was $2 at the thrift store did it ever need a makeover.
I cleaned it up then painted it with FolkArt Coastal paint, color Sea Salt. I thought I wanted to go with an off-white color like the sea salt but that was before I picked out a stencil.
Once I selected the stencil I knew the off white color was a bad choice. I needed a white white background. I pulled out the only white spray paint I had on hand and it was a flat white primer.
I picked out 5 acrylic paint colors I thought would compliment each other and grabbed a bunch of stencil brushes.
I taped the stencil down with painters tape and dabbed a bit of each paint color on a piece of wood (my palette). The paper towel is to dab the paint off of the stencil brush.