1. Choose your design for the big clock face. The fun part about this project is that the possibilities are endless. You can use paint, decoupage, stencils — the list goes on and on. I chose to use wooden shapes that I found at Michael’s. After I tried out several patterns on the clock face, I chose this flower design. I also like this circle pattern.
2. Lightly sand the top and sides of the Lazy Susan. Sand the rough edges off the wood shapes. Remove the dust with a tack cloth. Paint a primer coat on the surface of the Lazy Susan and all the small wood pieces. After it all dries, apply 2-3 coats of paint. Some of the small pieces require a light sanding along the edge in between coats. It’s a cinch to paint the sides of the Lazy Susan just by rotating it around. Let the paint dry overnight before disassembling the Lazy Susan.