Four Reasons To Gift a Handmade Lazy Susan This Holiday!
One of us at the store held a huge party a few weeks ago. As is the norm, many guests were thoughtful enough to bring a little something for the hostess. Most of these gifts were alcohol of some form or another, which in due course, will be consumed and then forgotten. But wouldn’t it be nice to bring a hostess gift that is a permanent? Something that would be remembered?
That got us thinking about an item that is making a comeback in contemporary décor: the Lazy Susan. Many of us recollect a Lazy Susan on our grandmother’s kitchen table, laden with condiments and maybe a napkin holder; still true to its practical roots, today’s Lazy Susan manages to look and function beautifully in a modern home.
And for a price comparable to a good bottle of wine, a handmade Lazy Susan is the perfect gift for hostesses and friends alike. Still need convincing? Here are four reasons why you should put a Lazy Susan on your holiday shopping list:
For friends with kids, the Lazy Susan is a perfect way to organize school and art supplies, keeping markers, pencils and crayons neat and close at hand.
For entertainers, a piece of chalkboard vinyl cut to match the size of the Lazy Susan creates a custom a cheese board or appetizer tray.
For the boudoir, add a mug holder and a pretty bowl and the Lazy Susan is converted into a stylish jewelry holder.
For the green thumb, a lazy Susan makes a perfect spot to place plants or flowers as the turntable can be easily rotated to catch or avoid the sunlight.
Handmade by our local Ohio craftsmen, Amish Originals always has a wide variety of Lazy Susan’s available in different sizes, styles and finishes. Give a gift that will be remembered this holiday season!
From our home to yours,
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