Friday, January 11, 2013

Cheesebox Lazy Susan

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Did I mention when I shared the Cheese Crate Chalkboard that we had another to craft with?  This one was stained using an apple cider vinegar and steel wool stain

We picked up an inexpensive plastic lazy susan to attach to the under side of the cheesebox lid.  The lid was a little too deep so we cut a piece of hardboard to sandwich in between the lid and lazy susan.  Gorilla Glue Epoxy worked perfectly to attach all the pieces together.

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You may need to get a little creative to hold all the pieces together while the epoxy dries!

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When you flip it over it will be perfect for the center of your table!

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In case you were wondering, the little ceramic move mountains tag was made by Jami of Freckled Laundry for Miss Mustard Seed.  Marian gave me a tag when I visited her booth at the Lucketts Spring Market.  Isn't it pretty!?


If you like this cheese crate project be sure to take a look at my cheese crate chalkboard.


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16 comments:

  1. Love this idea, as I have two cheese boxes too! What did you make with the bottoms of the boxes? Is that a sweet little butter bowl I see?
    Love your blog, such creativity!

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    1. Thanks so much Kim! I haven't made anything with the bases yet but I have plans for them! As far as if it's a butter bowl I have no clue. It was my great grandmother's I believe. My aunt passed a few matching pieces on to me. :)

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  2. LOVE this! My kids would love spinning it round and round too. Lol.

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  3. How clever is that!!!! Love it.

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  4. Love it!. We used to have lazy susans in the old days. ha ha Take care and I would love to have you link this up to my brand new weekly linky party. I love DIY projects, don't you? So satisfying. Linda

    http://twosucculentsisters.blogspot.com/2013/01/finally-i-am-joining-our-party-giving.html#uds-search-results

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  5. gotta say I loved the lazy susan ... and thought about stealing it for myself. ha! *waving* great meeting you Jessica & Josh @ Baltimore Bloggers 2013 stay good and cheers. ~jb

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  6. What a clever idea! and I love the rustic feel!

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  7. PDC... pretty darn cute!

    Bliss

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  8. You did such a good job and i LOVE mine! Thanks so much!!!

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  9. What a clever idea! I love this :)

    Shannon @ Sewing Barefoot

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  10. I love your cheese lazy susan...so fun so clever, I for sure will be using that idea, I am a new follower and I will be back for more fun posts, thanks for sharing...

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  11. Very awesome! Very creative! Very cool idea! Pinning for later!
    Jenna

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