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Published on April 27th, 2011 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Custom painted Snudda





Materials: Snudda lazy susan, acrylic paint and urethane finish

Description: My inner 1950′s mom came out and I purchased the Snudda about a year and a half ago. I wanted to paint it and do something, but needed some time to think. After being held hostage for a week in the snow I painted. I decide to draw upon the scandanavian prints that I’d seen before and create a chaotic, whimsical piece that quite possibly only a mother could love.

The Snudda required sanding to get the basic finish off and several coats of acrylic paint to get the saturation just right. After it dried I sealed it with a urethane finish since it would come in contact with liquid and kids. That was that.

See more of the hand painted Snudda.

~ Annie Page, Indiana

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4 Responses to Custom painted Snudda

  1. AprilAries says:

    What a brilliant idea! Thanks for the inspiration!
    Have you ever considered the financial opportunities of painting? If not, you should – you are very talented with a brush!! You could even start selling custom painted Snuddas on Etsy.

  2. marikorose says:

    I love it! But then I’m a mother so maybe that explains it ;-) Seriously though, you did a fabulous job with this!

  3. Blorch says:

    Rosemaling is Norwegian, not Swedish! :-)

    Seriously, nice job.

  4. Thanks! I do have a site, I do custom canvas painting – http://www.pennypickles.net. Thanks again – too kind!

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