Friday, May 10, 2019

Turntable Spin Art with Pouring Medium

You might know how much I love painting stuff on a turntable or lazy Susan.  There is nothing more relaxing than adding paint to something that's spinning in front of you.  It's magical!  I decided to try a pour painting with this technique and I'm super happy with how they turned out.  The longer you leave it on the record player, the more the colors reach out toward the edge.  I also found that the more colors you use, the better!  Be fearless and experiment with everything and don't forget to
Make Your Mark!
 The one in the center is my favorite!
 This is a terrific way to use up the colors you've been ignoring
Just add DecoArt Pouring Medium and you're good to go!

Watch how to make it here!
Cover the turntable with a box and you'll keep it paint free!
My gallery wall of spin art!


  1. I LOVE every project you post! The instructions are perfect for any level crafter. You are my go-to for unique gifts. Thank you!

    1. Thank you for leaving this kind comment on my blog. You made my day!

  2. Hi Mark! Do you use a lazy susan n the same way?

    1. Not sure you would get the centrifugal force you would need to push the paint outward. I think the record player is crucial to how I did it BUT BUT BUT....You could get the circular drizzles down and probably get an amazing effect...Maybe just not exactly the same. Hope that helps!