Final Stretch Progress: Tori Herfert

For my lazy susan project, I planned out in my timeline post that everything would take me about a week to do.  This weekend, I made the proper cuts into my top piece of wood to give it that hollowed out center so that I will be able to place my items on it.  I plan on staining the wood sometime this week, so that I can get a good start on making sure that it is the correct color and darkness that I want it to be.  I will then start tracing flowers on it to make sure I have enough time to finish.


  1. Stain the wood
  2. Trace flowers onto wood
  3. Decide if I want to put a can on the lazy susan to store smaller things
  4. Glue the wood onto my turn table.

I am on track to finish early and will have time to go back over my work.

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  • Katherine Yarnell
    April 16, 2017 11:10 am

    This sounds like a really cool project! I like the idea of doing flower designs. You seem to have everything well planned out. I’m looking forward to see the final product.

  • Oksana Schuppan
    April 11, 2017 11:59 am

    Making a Lazy Susan is such a superb idea. Way to be ahead of the game! I am excited to see the flower designs you add to to the wood. What will you use to trace the flowers?

  • Siddharth Nigam
    April 11, 2017 2:16 am

    What are you using to stain the wood? Have you looked at different types of stains for different finishes? Seems like you’ll be done with a bit more work! It’s always good to have some time to go over the project and have the opportunity to refine it!


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