Yesterday I woke up with such a bad head cold...and I'm pretty happy I had this post all ready to go.
Gosh, maybe I can plan ahead!!!
This is a corner in our dining room and the lampshade got a new fall look.
This is her summer look, to see the tutorial for the removable lampshade cover click here.
I wanted a quick and easy project to give me a cute new fall look, and this one fits the bill!
I used the same HL burlap ribbon that I used on my Hydrangea Fall Wreath.
and just started wrapping around the shade (inside to outside) until it was completely covered, I got really lucky, I only needed 1 roll.
Sorry forgot to take a picture of this,
Then I used a ribbon I got at Dollar Tree and tied around, and tucked in a floral bunch I found at GW for a quarter. A pretty good look for $7.00, and easy!
I wanted to keep this vignette simple too since it is just to the left of our buffet.
I wrapped a small garland around the grapevine tree, the vase I found last year and just love it. I think it's because it has aqua in it.
I also used another oil painting found at GW..
I've really enjoyed using pretty, inexpensive thrift store oil paintings in my Fall decorating this year. I kinda feel like I'm recycling an art form not used much these days.
On the other side...
I found this cute boa wreath at a thrift store for .99¢, and just topped it with a pumpkin.
A simple corner vignette
that started with a quick and easy Fall lampshade..
Have you been decorating any of your lampshades for Fall?