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Recovering lamp shades. Spray paint thrift store lamps and use cute fabric to recover the shades!

It’s amazing how a lack of funds will bring out the creativity in a person. I wanted a new shade, and before I knew it I had a pile of fabric and a plan. All for free!

How to recover lampshades, using fabrics. This is one of the best tutorials on this Ive seen.

#DIY fabric covered #lampshade #tutorial from Isabella & Max rooms. (Been wanting to this one for a while)

How to Cover a Lamp Shade, @Stacy Stone Stone Stone Stone Edwards, this one is for your beautiful five dollar lamp (burlap or canvas)

use a hot glue gun to design the bottle then spray paint.

DIY - Letter Canvas Tutorial using wood letters, spray glue and spray paint.

In the so weird it's wonderful category is artist Ryan McElhiney's old toy lamp. Super easy to reproduce, all we'd have to do is grab a cord/socket and start piling up toys, hot-gluing as we go. Then, when we're done, shoot the whole thing with shiny lacquer. Of course, we wouldn't be limited to toys. Just think of all the other flotsam and jetsam we have lying about that could work.

hot glue felt flowers onto a lampshade to dress it up..soo cute!#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

DIY: Reupholstering & Tufting A Chair - this is an excellent tutorial on how to give an old, dated chair a new look. A new look for a $12. thrift store chair! If I can do this, that'd make my life 100x better.