Francine Rowe Lamp Shades August 29th, 2018 - 05:37:47
She wanted a blue lamp, so that's the color I chose for the lamp base, but for the shade. I chose to paint it silver. I always like the combo, blue and silver, which is the main reason why I did that, but the shade needed rationalization, I decided to paint a silhouette border of her favorite flower, a delphinium I made my own delphinium stencil from a photo and sensor plastic.
You can see the blue plastic in the photo they attached, the full photo to the back of the plastic and followed the edges of the delphinium with an Exacto knife. I taped the stencil to the painted shade and just a little paint on a foam stencil brush. I softly pounced. The paint on I highly recommends the foam brush. It does a much cleaner job in the Bristol one to personalize the shade a bit more and with a bit of fun, I wrote some of my sister's favorite movie quotes. I did each quote with a different font and I used an archival ink pen and blue to write the quotes.
Would you have ever guessed this elegant and feminine lamp used to be cheap, looking rather an ugly lamp? I hope I've inspired you to think twice about throwing out broken vases or pottery and don't be scared to decorate your old lampshade with a bit of paint you.
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