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June 21, 2011


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Diane Dornberger

Super cute. Got my creative juices flowing for special nursery gifts for baby showers. Possibilities in fabrics and themes are endless & so much cheaper than the designer lamps!

Great job!

Betty Grove

This is wonderful! Thank you so much. I have two of the ugliest lamps in the world in my sewing room and with new shades I'll bet they'll brighten up - no pun intended - my room. I just received a serger from my son and am anxious to see what I can do with it, so I'll be watching to see what you create with yours. Thank you for sharing your talent.


thank you so much, this tutorial is amazing, I love all the colours is it for your sewing room?
I'd like to see your tutorial of the pillowcase nightgown but it's not working can you fix it, I am so curious, and above all I have a little girl that will look great with that, your picture is adorable!!!
kisses ^_^


I love this!! How simple is that to just add some fabric and voila...you have a new and cute lamp shade! This will go perfect in my reading nook/area! Thanks for sharing :)


Great idea and tutorial. I need to do something with my plain green lampshades in the master. Something that the husband would approve of too! Maybe camouflage? Hmmm, nah.

Jessie Fincham

LOVE your lampshade!! great tutorial! thank you for your kind well wishes over at my blog :) looking forward to following your blog again. Please share pics of your new tidy craft room, would love to see!

amy dunn

Very sweet!!! Have fun with the serger!


Cute! Nothing like a clean, spruced up sewing room. Enjoy playing with that serger :)

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