To work on another section of the puzzle, simply rotate the tabletop.
Cool idea! Here are the plans in case you'd like to make your own.
This is the underside. The felt pads are there so it doesn't harm the table underneath it.
This is what the top looks like when there isn't a puzzle on it.
Obviously, you could paint it whatever color you want. You could use a solid board instead of pegboard if you want a smooth tabletop, but the finished product will be a lot heavier. As is, it's about 7 pounds, making it easy to move and store.
Dad also gave me the cost breakdown. He found everything at Lowe's.
TOTAL COST $30.87
- Pegboard $16.48 (comes as a 4'x8' sheet but they will cut it to size for free)
- Metal Lazy Susan $7.65
- Flat head screw machine screws $1.79 (comes in a package of six sets)
- Felt pads $4.95 (comes in a package of twelve)
Let me know if you end up making your own rotating puzzle tabletop. Thanks for sharing your design, Dad!
That is GENIUS!!! Your Dad is AWESOME!!!!!ReplyDelete