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What you’ll need:
A roll of pretty wrapping paper (we chose floral)
An LED lightbulb
Scissors and a Sharpie
What you’ll do:
With the lampshade upside down on a flat surface, unroll
some of the wrapping paper and line the inside of the shade, gently tracing the
outline of the rim onto the paper using the Sharpie. When you’ve finished, cut
the wrapping paper along the traced line. Then, secure the paper to the inside
of the shade using small pieces of Scotch tape with the patterned side facing
out (so the inside is blank). Feeling creative? Decorate the rim of your newly
improved shad with pompom trim or stick-on gems. Reattach the shade to your
lamp base, and gently screw in the LED light bulb. Flip the switch, and voila!
Tip: Using an LED light bulb reduces heat, plus it’s eco-friendly!
BY JESSICA D’ARGENIO ON 5/16/2011 7:00:00 AM
POSTED IN crafts, diy, room decor, room redo, lighting
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