Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Simple IKEA Lazy Susan Can Makeover Do Each of the

Add a nautical touch to your kitchen with this simple IKEA lazy susan makeover! A template to use to create a unique design.

I went to IKEA last week and I found some AMAZING things!! Who wouldn’t, right?!?! One of my favorite finds was this lazy susan. It was only $10, and I knew I wanted it to be a Mod hodgepodge makeover – it was a perfect blank slate to do anything. The wheels of my DIY lazy susan began to spin!
I had originally intended it to cover with scrapbook paper, but as soon as I started looking through my Mod-hodgepodge stash I found some Ultra-Matte chalk Finish.
Then I decided to go in a new direction. I began to see myself through my Silhouette library to see what they had. I thought maybe adding a lobster or crab . . . but then I found a compass and thought this would be perfect.
Now I was ready to get started!!
IKEA Lazy Susan Makeover
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Mod smorgasbord Ultra-Matte chalk Finish
Lazy Susan from IKEA
Chalk Paint
template – cut from vinyl with a Silhouette

First steps
In addition to your other, round their colors. My local Wal-Mart got some new Plaid colors, and I was eager to try them out. Of course, you’re going, the Ultra-Matte chalk Finish Mod smorgasbord.
step 1 – paint primer
I painted two layers of paint, each layer dry for 20 minutes. Make sure the color of the upper side and the underside of the lazy susan. I think the blue is a beautiful color, don’t you?
step 2 – cut-and-template Add
next, I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut my stencil. BUT if you don’t a cutting machine, craft stores have a lot of template options.
If you have any questions, you cut a stencil with your Silhouette, leave a comment and I'll be happy to answer!!
step 3 – Add a Final Coat of Paint
I pulled out some Martha Stewart chalk Paint and painted over my stencil. I have a total of 2 layers for this step. Once my paint was dry, I peeled off my stencil. It is always perfect when I make a stencil with vinyl and my cutting machine!
step 4 – Not
I love to distress my chalk projects painted. So I grabbed some light sandpaper and went to town!!!
step 5 – Add a layer of chalk Ready
Finally, I have a layer of the Ultra-Matte chalk Mod smorgasbord and let it dry for an hour before use. It's really easy.
finishing touches
you can’t tell in the picture, but it has a perfect chalky finish to it. This is a great alternative to waxing your furniture, especially in a piece like this.

the nautical DIY lazy susan is perfect with my new laundry room makeover. I can’t wait to try this chalk-like finish on another project soon!!
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