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The Complete Guide to Imperfect Homemaking: How to Recover a Lamp Shade

You will need: an ugly old lampshade (I got mine at a thrift store for 2 dollars) spray adhesive a glue gun and glue sticks fabric som.

The Complete Guide to Imperfect Homemaking: How to Recover a Lamp Shade

You will need: an ugly old lampshade (I got mine at a thrift store for 2 dollars) spray adhesive a glue gun and glue sticks fabric som.

You will need:  an ugly old lampshade (I got mine at a thrift store for 2 dollars)  spray adhesive  a glue gun and glue sticks  fabric  som...

You will need: an ugly old lampshade (I got mine at a thrift store for 2 dollars) spray adhesive a glue gun and glue sticks fabric som.

how to recover a pleated fabric lamp shade

You will need: an ugly old lampshade (I got mine at a thrift store for 2 dollars) spray adhesive a glue gun and glue sticks fabric som.

Linda@coastal Charm blog (burlap lampshade)

For the reading lamp by the chair - paint the base black, recover shade with burlap. Off to the fabric store. That burlap though!

Make dye out of acrylic paint to paint lamp shades instead of recovering with fabric.

Painted Lamp Shades, DIY - Mix a few table spoons of water with an acrylic paint color of your choice - it forms a dye-like substance. Then, grab a brush and get to work!

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