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Friday, October 2, 2015

DIY chevron lazy Susan

diy how to make a chevron lazy susan using chevron painters tape and spray paint
Chevron is a cool design pattern from the 1960's and 70's. My first attempt on this was an epic fail! The craft paint got lumpy. My second coat of paint pulled off the first, even though I prep sanded and waited for the top-coat to dry? So, I scrubbed all the craft paint off and restarted using spray paint. 
***TIP*** 
Reuse your chevron tape! Let it dry after painting, then place onto waxy side of freezer paper. Roll it up to store:)
diy how to make a chevron lazy susan using chevron painters tape and spray paint

diy how to make a chevron lazy susan using chevron painters tape and spray paint
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31 comments:

  1. Hi Michele, I noticed only now that you are on Guidecentral. Liked your projects, and the high-quality photography. Did you need a lot of time to learn how to make professional shots of your work in progress? You're GOOD! - one day I hope to come close to making such photos ;) hugs, Damjana

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    1. Thank you!!!! Yes, I'm on guidecentral. Are you there??? It's hard to find makers by name!!!! I don't use my phone for photos:) Hugs

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  2. This is so pretty! Found on the the Live Randomly Simple link party =) Kyla @ http://houseofhipsters.com/

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    1. Thanks Kyla!!!! Hugs:) Stopping over to your page

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  3. Sweet makeover! & chevrons with always be a fave of mine! Stopping by from Think Tank Thursday!

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    1. Thanks Emma! They're now my new favorite<3

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  4. What a fun little project! Thanx for sharing at THT.

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  5. Fantastic Lazy Susan, this would make a great gift for the Christmas holiday, you just gave me some ideas, I make lots of my gifts! Love if you share this on Fabulous Friday
    http://www.simplenaturedecorblog.com/fabulous-friday-party-inspiring-features/
    Thanks
    Maria

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    1. Thanks Maria!!!! Yes, great Christmas gift! Stopping over soon:) Hugs

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  6. Very nice! I have a wooden lazy susan that someone gave me. I've been looking for ideas for what to do with it -- this will definitely get pinned!

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  7. I love this! I love Lazy Susans, well because somedays at the kitchen table after I am the last to sit down to eat, I dont want to move to grab something lol. Joys of being a mom right!? Thanks for linking up at Totally Terrific Tuesday. Make sure you come back Monday night at 10pm to link up any new posts!!

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    1. Thanks:) Lol, me too! Helps when you have a full house at your table:)

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  8. I love your lazy Susan and the tutorial is very clear. I will try this. Tans for sharing

    Love from Amsterdam

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    1. Thanks! My guide is up at Guidecentral too:)

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  9. Love this! I've yet to try the patterned painters tape. It looks like it worked really well! -Amy

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    1. Yes, I even recycle the tape by putting onto freezer paper and use it again!

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  10. It turned out so cute!! Great job! Pinning!
    -Michelle @ The Gracious Wife

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    1. Thanks Michelle! My first attempt was an epic fail using craft paint that had gone lumpy:(
      So, I washed it off and used spray paint!

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  11. I love the 70' vibe! Thanks for sharing the link to the guidecentral-very useful!
    I would love if you share your lazy susan with my party Big Autumn Bash:
    http://milaslittlethings.com/2014/10/big-autumn-bash-the-link-party.html

    xx
    Mila
    milaslittlethings.com
    milawayable@gmail.com

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    1. Mila, Favor-if you could pop over to my Guidecentral post and leave your "very useful" comment there. SO appreciative if you could:) Hugs

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    2. Done :) Sorry for the delay !
      xx

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  12. Isn't it crazy how all the patterns and colors of the past seem to make their way back into our current decor!?! I love how you painted this useful lazy Susan!

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    1. Thanks Jamie! I wouldn't have thought chevron would be so popular again:)

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  13. Love the chevron! Awesome job! Just so you know, Scraptastic Saturdays is the new linky in town. I would love it if you linked up this week. All linked up projects will be shared via FB/Twitter/Pinterest. Hope you come join the party. Have a wonderful weekend.

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    1. Awe, thank you and thanks so much for the invite!!! I'll be by for sure<3

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  14. thanks for sharing this pretty lazy susan, at my last Fabulous Friday Party. Hope to see you at my next party this coming Friday
    Maria

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