Approximate Time Approx. 3 hours
Next, you can work on a top. I took a piece of cardboard, 8x10 inches, and put a slit on the top big enough for cards to slide into. I used batting to make it look like a pillow and covered it with satin. I used strips of Velcro on the edges underside of the 8x10 inch cardboard so the top would not fall off.
When it is all dry, you put the cover on top and you have a nice display to sit on the gift table of the bride and groom.
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How big was your lazy susan? I'm thinking it has to be about 6" in diameter. IF it is, where did you find it at?
Tracy that is sooooooooooo neat.. May I share this with my scrapbooking friends in my online yahoo gorup? You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks Lynne
This is really cute! It would also be nice for birthday and anniversary parties. The possibilities are endless...Great idea!
It's very pretty! Is it strong enough to finish out the inside, hinge the top somehow and use it for a lot of OTHER wedding photos, such as the duplicates to pass out to friends, relatives, neighbors, etc.? And couldn't you use an old microwave turntable like used to come in the first or second microwave generations? God bless you. : )
This is so great! I like it so much better than the fruu-fruu wishing wells! I might do one of these for my nephew's wedding in September.
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