I love functional art because it can take something that you use often and make into a conversation piece, something that will stand out. Specifically in this course I teach you a step by step process on making an acrylic poured heat proof lazy susan. I include my personal formulas, supply list and step by step video instruction for making three different lazy susan designs. There's also a few tricks in prepping the wood, setting up the lazy susan mechanism, and applying finish that I cover that should help you avoid some of the early mistakes I made when I first started with lazy susans. Let's start!


In this course we’ll cover one project with three different designs for a functional lazy Susan.

This is a project I love making and have seen a lot of people struggle with. Especially when it comes to making something heat resistant and what to use. Well in the supplies section I've recommended a resin that works great for up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit and won't stick to dishes.

I also see some common mistakes people make when trying to create these types of projects that will be avoided by using this course.

Common Mistakes You'll Avoid:

  • Not preparing the wood properly causing warping
  • Mixing wrong medium formula that eventually cracks as it dries
  • Trouble centering the mechanism making the lazy susan spin lopsided
  • Hot plate not heat resistant and sticking to your dishes
  • Inconsistencies or uneven finish

I created this course so that anyone at any level could create an awesome looking and functional gift even if they haven't poured anything in their life! I've made a lazy susan many times and have outlined a process that will work for you too.

Check out the different designs below!

Ghost Swipe


Negative Space

Flip Cup + Stencil

As part of this course you'll receive access to the following:


  • Over 75 minutes of step by step video instruction showing you exactly what to do at each stage
  • How to prepare the wood to avoid warping (and fix warping if you need to)
  • 3 different options for finishing, so you don't have to use resin
  • How to achieve a glossy "resin like" look even if you use varnish
  • A quick and simple trick to center the mechanism perfectly every time
  • Supplies pdf with links to the supplies in the US (you can replace any of these supplies with those from your own country)
  • Pouring Medium formula - my exact formula for pouring medium that works perfectly for these projects
  • Support for you and your project - just ask questions in the comments on any video and I'll respond to make sure everything is understood

Best of all, we have a 30 day unconditional money back guarantee. If it doesn't meet your expectations, just ask and we'll issue a full refund.

You can check out the supplies list and intro video below and see what topics we cover in the curriculum. I hope to see you inside!




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Example Curriculum

  Introduction
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  How to Prep Wood Rounds
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  "Ghost" Swipe Enhanced With Gold Leaf
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  Negative Space Pour
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  Flip Cup and Rising Pour Embellished With Stencil
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  Finish Choices
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  How to Install the Hardware
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Ghost Swipe

Negative Space

Flip Cup + Stencil