03 June 2013

Mod Podge & Paper Butterflies Lamp Shade


I can mark another project off the list for my daughter's room.  Only 3 more until it's complete, maybe.  I found this great little lamp for my daughter's room at Dollar General!  I saw a blank slate and knew I could find something crafty to do to it.  A stencil?  Some ruffles?  How about flowers?  


How about Mod Podge?



I used hot glue to add rick rack to the top and bottom of the shade.



I used my Martha Stewart butterfly punch and made lots and lots of butterflies.


I used Mod Podge to glue the butterflies to the lampshade.



Then I bent the wings back and used hot glue to attach the butterflies.






 
A few new additions to her room!
I found this great storage box at Micheal's.  It really helps fill the space.  I also bought a smaller box to sit on her dresser. 





I found this great magazine rack at, a yard sale for $2.



If you missed the other projects in my daughter's room, click the pictures to see the post.


9 comments:

  1. Adorable! My daughter used to have a butterfly bedroom!

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  2. This lamp is too stinkin' cute! It makes me wish my daughter was young again. She would have loved those butterflies! Following you back. :-)
    Blessings,
    Kim @ Curtain Queen

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    1. Thanks for visiting Kim, I'm glad to have you following.

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  3. That lamp is so adorable! I'd love to do something similar or my daughter's room, thanks or the inspiration! Thank you or the new follow @ http://www.OrchardGirls.blogspot.com
    -Kayla

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  4. How sweet! That might be just the lamp shade treatment my daughter needs for her baby girl's room. Hmmm... wheels are turning in my head. Ouch! LOL

    Thanks for dropping by my blog today!

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