Before & After: Plain-Jane Lampshade Goes One-of-a-Kind With Balsa

published Nov 27, 2013
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(Image credit: Jamie Dorobek)

Jamie took one look at this plain lamp and imagined a world where it was a cool, woven statement piece. Want to see how this creative chica did it?

(Image credit: Jamie Dorobek)

Jamie says:

Balsa wood is a crafting miracle. That’s pretty much all you need for this shady craft. I used 7 strips of balsa wood and painted them with in different shades of watered down brown acrylic paint. I cut the wood with scissors and hot glued it to my plain white shade. It’s that easy!

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Thank you Jamie!