Another wedding, another inlay;-)

For an upcoming wedding I inlayed a shop bought lazy susan with a walnut veneer.
I used the inner side of the disc underneath to test laser settings for about a 1 mm carve. The inlays were made with a very small kerf but it was not really needed. The veneer was a bit difficult to insert but I used a flat piece of wood to press everything in and the veneer seems very forgiving.
The satisfying part is sanding down from an ugly glue stained and uneven surface to a very smooth and clean inlay.
Total production time 40 mins on the carving and about 1,5 hours cutting and glueing the veneer + sanding.


Looks great! As one inlay experimenter to another.