How quick can you pick up one tray and replace it with another? That’s how fast you can change the look of this DIY Lazy Susan.
One moment it’s warm bamboo…
the next its galvanized farmhouse.
Have you seen the cake pans and marbles Lazy Susan? It’s a basic idea and makes a great Lazy Susan for the fridge.
But I wanted something pretty…and interchangeable!!
Something with grip.
DIY Lazy Susan with different trays
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This turntable base is the same as the bamboo above.
Here’s the list of supplies I ordered from Amazon.
The super duper steps
Add a layer of marble to the first cake pan and set aside.
By the way, if you need to make a “real Lazy Susan, click here to read my cheater’s way to add the metal turntable.
Place the second cake pan upside down on a piece of rug gripper. Mark a line around the pan about 1/2 inch larger. Cut out the circle from the rug gripper.
Top the first pan with the second pan and lay the rug gripper circle on top.
Above is the turntable with the bamboo tray…
and in seconds it is a galvanized farmhouse turntable.
In case you have a perfect tray and don’t want to make it interchangeable…use the E-6000 glue. Measure around four sides to center one cake pan to the bottom of the tray. The glue needs to sit for 24 hours for a permanent seal.
I’m keeping my Lazy Susan interchangeable.
This is the largest Lazy Susan I’ve made so far. I can’t believe all the craft supplies it holds!
If I could only pick up my socks as fast!
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