Lace Lampshade

June 20th, 2014 in member junk     
MillieBumbleBee MillieBumbleBee, member
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Thrift stores are great for finding lampshades that you can strip down to the bones.  I used a double black netting as my base and stitched pieces of lace, buttons, beads, yo-yo's and velvet milinery flowers.  Tis all stitched onto the frame except for the top and bottom trims... they were fabric glued.  P.S.  I prefer stitching vs. gluing as the glue can make a shine when the light is turned on.  


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Millie Bumble Bee
posted in: member junk, vintage, cottage, eclectic, funky, house wear, living room, bedroom, black, light fixture, blue, lamp, textile

Comments (3)

Mensa6 writes: That is Stunning!!! Well done...
Posted: 2:24 pm on June 25th
TinTinJunkFan writes: Very creative! Now to find the perfect lamp base for it! Posted: 9:19 am on June 25th
gadgetsponge writes: Wow! Who wouldn't just stop in there tracks to see all that's going on there. Nice! Posted: 7:56 am on June 25th
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