Dancing Birds Lazy Susan

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Dancing Birds Lazy Susan

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Product Description

This 18 inch Lazy Susan by Sincerely, Sticks is sure to become a classic. Pulled from a Sticks original design, the motif is visibly recognizable. A tree stands proudly in the foreground of this lazy susan with a tye - dye blue and purple sky behind it. A sun, moon and two birds dance with each other in the sky. Rolling hills with trees, bushes and a little yellow A frame house with flowers are in the background. A black and white checkered border is around this classic lazy susan design with a few phrases along the outside border. They read- "Believe, Go out for adventure, Come home for love, Cherish family and friends, Know love, Grow together, Have faith, Be kind, Follow your heart".

Sincerely Sticks is the newest collection from the Sticks artisans out of Iowa! Sincerely Sticks lazy susans are at a lower price point compared to Sticks without compromising style, recognizable aesthetic or quality that you have come to expect from Sticks pieces. Each Sincerely Sticks lazy susan is artisan printed, being pulled directly from handmade originals. Measures 18 inches in diameter.

The Process:

Sticks make a handmade original piece in the style you've all come to know and love.

It's wood burned and hand painted so you can feel the etched lines and see every brush stroke.

Then Sticks takes a high resolution photograph of that handmade Sticks piece. That photograph is digitally touched up and sent to a printer Sticks has in-house in their Des Moines, Iowa studio.

The wooden pieces are fed through the printer and it lays printer ink directly onto the surface of the wood.

They are sprayed with several coats of the same protective polyurethane that's used on handmade Sticks products to assure it's just as durable.

Since they have pulled designs from handmade Sticks originals, it looks the same but without the artistic labor involved. You won't feel the etched lines or see the brush strokes up close but if you take a couple of steps back you won't even notice. The paint strokes and wood grain you see is actually ink!