The term "Lazy Susan" made its first written appearance in a Good Housekeeping article in 1906, although their existence dates back to the 18th century. Prior to the use of the term 'Lazy Susan', they were referred to as dumbwaiters, a term today applied to a small elevator for transporting food. There is no clear evidence as to the origin of the Susan part of Lazy Susan.
It started off in pencil and then I used a Sharpie over the design. I used black Folk Art paint and then accents of bronze paint.
I stencilled and painted black : PRAGUE 2005 at what would be the bottom. 2005 is when my sister and I went to Prague.
Because this will be used more often I decided to use the wipe-on poly coat. I think I liked it better before I put a coat of paint over it, but for now...
At this point, I am looking forward to it being done and on the table, so I can check off another thing off my list!
And... there it is! I put some of my great-grandmother's glasses on it....done for now.