12" Pine Lazy Susan with Turquoise Inlay

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Project by Tim & Candy Hicks posted 2018 days ago 3059 views 1 time favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Over Christmas I made Lazy Susans for our family. These are 12” and made out of pine. The turquoise in Mexico Turquoise which is bluer in Color. They were finished with Bullseye Sealcoat Sanding Sealer and Satin Polycrylic. These pictures were taken before they were sanded and smoothed for the final time.

We plan on making several more to have availlable on our website.


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#1 posted 2017 days ago

that’s a neat idea, nice work.
...and nice to see you post again, it’s been a while!

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#2 posted 2017 days ago

Beautifully done

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#3 posted 1924 days ago

Neat idea. How about using some darker wood like Manzanita or Mesquite? What type of lazy suzan base are you using?

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#4 posted 1924 days ago

I would like to use some burled wood or cedar, I think the colors would be amazing. I ordered some lazy susan bearings off of a wood working site


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#5 posted 1772 days ago

I had a similar desire to fill some voids in a work piece but i could not find a good source of turquoise so I turned to my wood putty and some blue food coloring. It actually came out quite nice.

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#6 posted 1772 days ago


-- Custom furniture

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