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May 29, 2010


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Country Girl in the City

I love this and I really want to make one one!!! It would look so nice in my daughter's room plus I too have an old lamp that belonged to my grandmother that I won't part with and it needs a new shade too.

Thanks for sharing this great idea!!

Janna Qualman

"hand turning thingy" LOL! You talk like I do. ;)

It's so lovely! I love LOVE repurposing/redoing things like this (especially with sale/clearance stuff, and it doesn't matter if it's "damaged"); it's my favorite sort of project. You are the master, though. :)

Nicole, Northern BC Canada

Beautiful!!! Definitely going on my to-do list! I'm pretty sure I've seen lamps similar that I could fixup....LOVE YOUR BLOG - really gives us potential handy women the push to prove it!

Amanda Brown

I am so glad I just found your blog! I have gone to Pottery Barn several times since November-hoping for some miracle sale because I could not bring myself to pay that much for a lampshade! I'm excited to try this project- hopefully it's as easy as you make it look. Thanks!

Two teens and a baby

Once again, Great work! I LOVE neat ideas like this! I can't stand to pay full price for anything, so I can really appreciate lovely things done on a budget :)


I'm going to make the daisy version and then make that cool "chandelier" to hang around/under my daughters light fixture! So pretty!!


Shelley--Be sure to send pictures of both when you get them finished. I can't wait to see!


I love this idea, I want to do one with some shasta daisies!

Tania aka Pure Natural Diva

Thank you for this! My daughter has been begging for this light shade as part of her room redesign! This might be the perfect finishing touch.

lighting control

Highly Fascinating amd impressive..... http://edgwhitepapers.com/
I wish i could also get it...

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