Completion time: 1:30

Replaced by duvet covers, sheets of our grandmothers quietly waiting in the cupboards to resume service. Restore their-their pedigree by following this DIY Sylvie Humbert who offer their new much brighter life!

DIY Sylvie: a shade old fabric
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Cost : A few euros

Completion time : 1:30

Necessary material :

- Ribbon

- Tape Finishing

- Pen and clothes pegs

- old cloth

- double sided tape

- dressmaker scissors

- Rule and adhesive

- Adhesive paper

- Support and patron of lampshades

Manufacturing Steps:

DIY Sylvie: a shade old fabric
© Teva Deco / On the home Productions

Step 1

See the pattern of the shade on the adhesive paper after attaching flat.

DIY Sylvie: a shade old fabric
© Teva Deco / On the home Productions

2nd step

Then cut this pattern, it will be the base of the lampshade

DIY Sylvie: a shade old fabric
© Teva Deco / On the home Productions

Step 3Paste the fabric centering the fabric. Apply you because it will be the starting point to place the fabric. To do so, remove the protection of the adhesive and properly apply the fabric by smoothing with hand.

DIY Sylvie: a shade old fabric
© Teva Deco / On the home Productions

Step 4Place double-sided on the edge of the lampshade tape, then cut it.

DIY Sylvie: a shade old fabric
© Teva Deco / On the home Productions

Step 5

Apply a little glue on the bead finish and apply it on the bottom of the lampshade

DIY Sylvie: a shade old fabric
© Teva Deco / On the home Productions

Step 6

At the top of the lampshade, mark every 1 cm and drill with sharp scissors.

DIY Sylvie: a shade old fabric
© Teva Deco / On the home Productions

Step 7

Form the lampshade by gluing the edges to each other

DIY Sylvie: a shade old fabric
© Teva Deco / On the home Productions

Step 8

Assemble the assembly with the armature and hold with clothes pegs. Then pass the ribbon through the pre-drilled holes.