I’m sharing another thrift store find makeover that I’ll be using in our home office/craft room makeover. In keeping with the peacock color palette, this Lazy Susan got a makeover using chalk paint and peacock adornments.
I’m sure I took photos of the Lazy Susan before I painted it, but apparently I inadvertently deleted them. It was the same color as the card holder that got a similar makeover. This was priced at $2.99 at Goodwill. I bought it a few months ago, not sure how I would use it. After seeing the DIY Craft Caddy that Laurie from My Husband Has Too Many Hobbies shared, I knew just how I could use the thrift store find. The makeover of this Lazy Susan Craft Supply Caddy was quick and easy!
I gave the Lazy Susan two coats of Waverly Chalk Paint in Peacock, allowing it to dry between coats.
My first thought was to use glass jars, but on a recent trip to the Dollar Tree, I spotted these metal pencil holders.
Since I’m using gold tones for my room makeover, I spray painted the containers using Krylon Premium Metallic Spray Paint. I like the color combination this gave to the caddy.
To give the containers a little pop, I added a strip of jewel ribbon around each one. I found this at the Dollar Tree, too. It’s hot glued in place.
To match the card holder, I used more of the small peacock embellishments. I glued one onto the plastic container and one on each of the rims of the Lazy Susan.
Putting this together didn’t take long at all. Since chalk paint and spray paint dry quickly, this was done in less than an hour.
I was pleased that I found a practical use for the the thrift store Lazy Susan. It’s handy to keep supplies that I use frequently in an easy to reach spot.
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Lazy Susan Craft Supply Caddy
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Beverly shares easy, inexpensive craft tutorials, diy projects for the home, coastal decor projects, & thrift store find makeover projects all designed to help you create a beautiful home on a budget.