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    How to recover lampshades, using fabrics

    great tips on how to neatly recover a lampshade

    Covering a cheap (or ugly) lamp shade with beautiful fabric.

    How to cover a lampshade with fabric | Craft ideas

    Genius! The tutorial is amazing! ?

    DIY lampshade - this tutorial is a Pottery Barn style knock-off, but it could be done with any pattern.

    Excellent reupholstering tutorial sent me right to craigslist. Where do these crafters live that they find gorgeous vintage chairs in need of love for $12? ALL I FIND ON CRAIGSLIST IS IKEA!!

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

    DIY: How To Make a Pretty Lampshade Cover | Momtastic

    DIY: Drill through glass-you've seen all the projects using glass and tile, but didn't know how to drill through them-until now!

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    DYI, easy to make and hard to buy!

    Re-cover a boring or beat-up lampshade. | 24 Creative Ways To Decorate Your Place For Free

    DIY lampshade instructions. Definitely doable. Supply list: lampshade rings, double-stick adhesive paper, fabric (plain inside, patterned outside, in my case)

    How to Make an Envelope Pillow. This is a GREAT 3 minute tutorial... and it's WAY easier than how I've been making pillow covers. It's SO easy!!!!

    BEFORE - see the Walla Walla lamp pin on this board - easily convert to this! AFTER Sisal decoration lamps DIY Sisal Decoration

    Covering cheap roller blinds with pretty fabric

    Take old lamps and turn them into wonderful candle sticks....You can’t even tell. If you look at my Lighting board, there is a tutorial on how to take a lamp apart. It took that tutorial for me to figure out how to get the nut unscrewed. Sometimes I will take 3 different lamps apart and exchange pieces, glue them back together and they come out so unique and beautiful

    Oh my gosh! I've gotta try this, I have so much hardware to de-paint!