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    How To Cover A Lampshade with Leggings

    DIY "cover up" Drum Pendant Light to cover up that builder basic light fixture | The Blissful Bee

    Upholstery Basics Tutorial: How to cover a lampshade

    Dollar Store DIY • Tutorials and ideas!

    plant cover ideas

    Judy Lake's Lampshades - DIY how to make your own lampshades :)


    Turn a rubber wristband into an iPhone 4 bumper. never thought of this before!

    Updating Lamps with Drum Shades. How to re-cover lampshades with Fabric and hot glue

    Inspired by the geometric patterns used by the Zapotec tribes of the Oaxaca region, this lumbar pillow’s structural designs and vibrant color scheme add that perfect pop of color to your bed or couch.

    Fabric covered circle bulletin boards

    Cloth covered boxes! Perfect for those storage boxes that must be "out" on a shelf.

    Use fingerprints and paint to decorate metal tub. Love this for a boring looking trash can- perfect for big/little basket or dorm!

    Add legs to a drawer for a table with sides...could even add keepsakes, a glass top and have a conversation piece. This site is in a foreign language but the pictures are pretty self explanatory.

    Refurbish an old lamp shade. Off to the second hand store I go.....Easy lampshade makeover with a thrift store sweater!

    Take a variety of jars, place tea lights inside, and cover the vases with lace, twine or yarn to make a beautiful inexpensive display for the fireplace mantle in your apartment.

    Upcycle! 21 new uses for old things--these are AWESOME! #upcycle #repurpose

    DIY Sharpie Decorated Lampshade

    Kids room put beads on the lampshade, dyi chandelier xx, this would be great made into a mobile for the lampshade reuse

    Vintage Lamp with Rose Petals. Easy to DIY too.... (lovely shabby chicness!)...

    Good old Martha taught us that rather than buying those ridiculously expensive anti-slip mats for a rug, just turn it over and run a few lines of acrylic-latex caulk every 6 inches or so. Let dry and flip over and your rug wont be going anywhere!