I love the look of lace covered lamp shades
I started with a thrift store pole lamp table
Then sprayed it with Heirloom white paint
I actually thought this is all I would have to do since it had a really nice shade, but....No, that would be to easy!
So, I took the fabric off the shade and started covering it with lace.
To get the lace tight I only covered 3 sections at a time using Fabri-Tac glue and clips (You could use clothespins) to hold it while it dried. Lace is very forgiving, you can't see where the seams overlap.
After it dried I trimmed the lace close to the wire of the shade then glued a vintage lace trim around the top and bottom
And I was done
I put the lamp in my booth at Orange Tree and priced it at $95
The shade was not difficult to do, it just had to be done in stages, glue and wait, glue and wait.... I'm good with the glue part just not good with the wait part!