I had a lazy Susan that was given to me years ago by my daughter.
It was from when my kitchen decor was beechwood.
Problem: I couldn’t bring myself to part with it. My kitchen is now stainless and black with a French Country/Paris Theme – water-ringed, stained beechwood just didn’t match.
I took a picture of one of my Paris postscript stools, and printed out several pages on regular computer paper.
Enter Mod Podge glossy glue.
I put down a coat of Mod Podge Glue using a foam brush, overlapped the pages on to the lazy Susan and put Mod Podge over the paper, using an old credit card to smooth out the bubbles.
Once dry, I flipped the lazy Susan over and used an exacto knife to cut off excess paper around the edges.
After it dried, I put another coat on as I wanted it be really durable for kitchen use.