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  • Jewel Okwechime

    Cool lamp shade! CUSTOM New Amber Glass Table Lamp with by RachelReynoldsDesign, $225.00

  • Artrisha Moyer

    Wow super easy to make. Grab a lamp base, pick up the slides at garage sales, hoops can be bought at the craft store. I'd take an old shade and pin these on though. Or remove the fabric and replace with vellum paper? Easy enough! - I'd love to do this for my dad. He has some great photos on old slides.

  • Heather Sund

    What a cool idea! Lamp shade with vintage photo slides.

  • Trendy Elegant Affairs

    New Amber Glass Table Lamp with Lampshade made from your photo slides!

  • christine x

    amber glass table lamp with slide lampshade (10.5" of the total 21" lamp) by rachel reynolds of rachel reynolds design (HT ponster splash clean)

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