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Mandala Oak Lazy Susan

Have I told you how much I love mandalas? Yes I have :), You must remember my recent black lazy Susan,stenciling one on my deck, this sweet geometric coffee table, this cute round coffee table, this sweet lazy Susan and atop these saddle stools.

This solid oak hand crafted 18" across lazy Susan was another perfect canvas for my favorite mandala love.

The original finish had a few blemishes and uneven tone so after a light sanding an good scrub, a coat of Homestead House's ebony stain and oil finish was wiped on, excess wiped off and then left to dry overnight.

The gorgeous prosperity mandala stencil from Cutting Edge Stencils was up next.

Using Fusion Mineral Paint in limestone and a small stencil brush, the mandala was painted off center. When dry it was lightly sanded to smooth all edges and give a worn look.

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Bamboo Tray In Teal

Paint is the perfect updater to any home decor, see how I updated these bamboo trays to give them pizzazz and personality.

Starting with the smaller one on top.

I went with House & Canvas's antique teal, 2 coats then sanded to give a wee bit of distressing. The entire tray was sealed with clear wax then antiquing wax added to further add age and dimension.

It is perfect don't you think?

If you want to learn how I updated orange dollarama pumpkins, click HERE.

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