Mara Willis Lamp Shades November 06th, 2018 - 14:10:00
Lampshades, that I've seen and some fancy-scotch-man high street shops here in the UK. It's just this kind of splurge II painted lampshade. That's really really easy to do and you need absolutely no artistic talent. All I've done is I've taken a linen lampshade. You could also use a cotton lampshade or really any kind of fabric lampshade. I got mine from a shop here in the UK called Dunelm and it was only two pounds fifty so it was super inexpensive and then I have just taken some acrylic paints.
You could also use fabric paints and a big fat paintbrush with really firm bristles and I've just started splurging paint all over in different shapes and squiggles and circles, and I've kind of used, my paintbrush to flick it out. So I've got some areas where the paint is really thick and some areas where it's really faded out and light. You can really go wild with this. There is no rule.
The only thing I would suggest is that you start off with your lighter colors and then you add your dark colors towards the end because your lighter colors aren't really going to show up on top of your dark colors. I also decided to add in at the last minute a few little splotches of some gold acrylic paint. I thought that just added a little bit of sparkle and once you've switched the lamp on it, goes a little bit sparkly and shiny, and I really like this and it requires absolutely no artistic talent, but I think it looks really special.
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