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Lace lampshades ~ turn a plain shade into a piece of art using lace, ribbons, flowers, trims, beads, even paint ~ the ideas are endless. A solid colored shade looks great when covered in lace, you don't have to start with a white or cream base. {These are plain next to mine, lol.}

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DIY Lampshade Tutorial using a Sweater

Make a lamp shade from an old sweater.

up-cycle lampshade...strip an old metal lampshade and tie scraps of fabric around the frame - so cute! (This would make a cute lamp in a sewing room - kind of a theme-thing) *********************************************** (repin) #lamp #shade #sewing #room #fabric ≈√

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ruffled stool cover

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Was Dining Room Now Living Room

i love burlap. cover an old lamp shade and put some pretty flowers on it.

How to create this "Once upon a Time" lampshade (includes downloadable template). How perfect for any child's room? Could be customized to add any inspiring, fairy tale, dream-worthy quote to a lampshade for your child's room.

The Idea Roomfrom The Idea Room

Flower Covered Lamp Shade

Turn old t-shirts into strips and create these trendy rose buds for lamps, curtains, or duvet covers!

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DIY: Recovering Lamp Shades

DIY: Recovering Lamp Shades TUTORIAL tips

Unskinny Boppyfrom Unskinny Boppy

DIY Lampshade Tutorial using a Sweater

DIY: Old Thrift store sweater, scissors and hot glue and you can make a lampshade cover!