When You Glue Ribbons To A Lamp Shade, You Create Something Beautiful

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At home taste stores, imagination lamps can set we behind anywhere from $50 to $400! That’s why, when it comes to spicing adult my home’s lighting concepts, we opt for a DIY route. But when we lay down to get to work, we comprehend we have no imagination and my hopes for a pleasing list flare become, “This plain white one is indeed not half bad.”

But it is bad.

Luckily, as it turns out, upgrading a tedious flare doesn’t need much…just some badge and a small bit of glue.

Here’s what you’ll need…

Here's what you'll need...

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A flare shade, a prohibited glue gun (or only some glue), scissors, and some badge of your choosing.

Start by slicing a white shade off.

Start by slicing a white shade off.

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You should be left with something like this.

You should be left with something like this.

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Grab your ribbon, put a dab of glue on a tip steel piece, and place a badge on. Pull it to a bottom, dab some glue, and repeat!

Grab your ribbon, put a dab of glue on a tip steel piece, and place a badge on. Pull it to a bottom, dab some glue, and repeat!

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Instructables / Penolopy Bulnick

It will start to come together flattering quickly.

It will start to come together flattering quickly.

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Instructables / Penolopy Bulnick

Instructables / Penolopy Bulnick

And demeanour during that!

And demeanour during that!

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What a fun, splendid square of home decor.

What a fun, splendid square of home decor.

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The best partial is, we can totally customize it with any form of badge you’d like!

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