Spinning Display Rack

I am in love with my new Spinning Display Rack!  I use it for displaying my Paparazzi Jewelry that I sell (I would love to have you on My Paparazzi Team – it’s the funnest way to make a little money on the side!) but I’m sure you could use it for lots of other things as well, so I thought I’d post a quick tutorial.

The spinning rack cost about $17 to make, plus a few scraps we had at home.  This one on Amazon is smaller, and it costs $57 – yikes.

So – – you’ll need a small piece of pegboard (2 ft by 4 ft) and a lazy susan mechanism (in the hardware section by the shelf slides, it’s about $7)

You’ll also need a square piece of scrap wood for the bottom and lid, and 1x2s or whatever for the skeleton inside.

Cut the pegboard into 4 pieces that are equal and fit the four sides of the square board.  Then use wood glue and screws to attach the boards to the bottom board.  Trevor attached 2 sides then put up the skeleton of a 1×2 in the corners to add more stability, then attached the other 2 sides to the base and corner boards:

 Then attach the lazy susan to the bottom – just screw into the 4 corner holes:

Paint it if you’d like.  Here’s the view looking down into it:

 And the outside.  The lid just sits on top of those corner boards.  And there’s a knob on the top so it lifts off.  I love that feature and store lots of headbands inside when transporting my display:

And here it is loaded and ready with the fun $1 Starlet Shimmer things – now the little girls can spin and browse to their hearts content – wahoo!!

 If you need a spinning display rack for any reason, give this a try!

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  1. says

    These would be great for jewelry artists displaying their work for craft shows. You can also paint the peg board or stencil it!
    Thank you for posting!

    xo Michelle

  2. Dawn Hall says

    Do you have any more specifics directions that include dimensions, piece sizes, etc? I don’t have the ability to cut my own materials, so will have to get everything cut at the home improvement store before coming home. Any additional information would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks for sharing…


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