DIY ProjectsHomemade Wooden Lazy Susan DIY Project

Homemade Wooden Lazy Susan DIY Project

This homemade wooden Lazy Susan dIY project is detailed in this step by step tutorial that homesteaders can do with a little time, effort and a tiny amount of money. When it comes to repurposing, the wooden shipping pallet lends itself to a number of different frugal do it yourself projects.

Lasy Susans are perfect for table tops, kitchen counters, food pantry shelves and in clothes closets.

Homemade Wooden Lazy Susan DIY Project

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The material used in making the shipping pallets are mostly uniform in shape and thickness along with being very sturdy. This makes them perfect for being used in this type of project.

More and more people have been looking for ways to save money these days and one way that has become popular is to avoid buying new. The idea of repurposing old, discarded stuff and using them to create something new is very appealing. Wood is a common material that is sought after in order to use in repurposing. Old wooden shipping pallets are frequently used in this way due to them being readily available and low cost of acquiring them.

Benefits of following the DIY Lazy Susan Project

● Create an unique and functional piece for your home

● Project includes a full listing of all needed materials, supplies and tools

● Includes a complete, easy to read and follow instruction guide

● Has several full color images that are used to show many of the steps

Tools and Materials needed:

Reclaimed wood – shipping pallet
Kreg Jig
Half inch & 1.5 inch screws
Screw driver
Handheld rotary tool (though not much of use)
Dremel circle cutter
Saws – circular and jig

Lazy Susan Bearings, 3″, 5/16″ Thick, 200-lb. Capacity  (this makes it spin and can be bought here <—-)

Wood glue
Sanding discs and sander

Here are some Lazy Susans if you prefer to buy instead:

OXO Good Grips Turntable, 16-Inch

22″ Espresso / Cappuccino Finish Large Lazy Susan

RamPro Rotating Swivel Turntable 1 x 10 inch, 65 lbs

This DIY project is presented in a way that will make it easy for almost anyone to be able to do it in an afternoon.

Click here to read about homemade wooden Lazy Susan dIY project:

Melissa Francis
Melissa Francis
Greetings! I'm Melissa Francis, the founder and primary contributor to The Homestead Survival. With over 20 years of experience in homesteading, sustainability, and emergency preparedness, I've dedicated my life to helping others achieve a simpler, more self-reliant lifestyle.

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