My Lazy Susan-step-by-step

I finished this Lazy Susan about 3 am this morning. Z-z-z-z-zz-zzzzz...I am half asleep! I took some photos of the process. Thought y'all might like to see.
This is the unpainted piece. It's a very heavy, well made, composite wood. A flea market treasure!

Here's the bottom of it. No markings on it except for that # 6 or 9??

I basecoated it in black. I always do at least 2-3 coats.

After adding the main designs, I used a candle to wax the spots where I want the paint to look chippy.

Adding more details after baseing in the designs.

A closeup of the crow pull toy.

Another closeup of the pumpkin pull toy! I love these Terrye French designs!!

Here's the finished lazy susan! This will be so cute as a table centerpiece with a bowl of candy in it, a floral arrangement, or maybe a bowl of sweet smelling prim fixens!

Hope you enjoyed seeing the run-through! This item is for sale on Etsy. It's OOAK!


simple~needs said...

i love it!! great job!!

Oakleaf Hollow Primitives said...

Thanks,Kim! I am going to bed early tonight! LoL! Just can't stay up that late anymore.

Black Sheep Lisa said...

Oh love it! I have a lazy susan just like that, Hmmmmm maybe i could do something like that!

Oakleaf Hollow Primitives said...

Thanks, Lisa! It was SO fun to paint!

simple~needs said...

i gave you an award on my blog!

Judy said...

You sure do beautiful work!!! I love your blog!!!!!

Debra said...

That is absolutely wonderful! You are a great painter!

Oakleaf Hollow Primitives said...

Thanks for all the nice comments everyone! It inspires me to get going on another project. :)

Liz said...

I love this your instructions are wonderful. Your blog is awesome. Best wishes

Oakleaf Hollow Primitives said...

Thanks for the nice comments, Liz!!

Mrs.Kwitty said...

So wonderful! It's fun to see how you work--start to finish. Your painting is wonderful--I am in such awe of people who can paint well (I'm awful!) lol
Smiles, Karen