Hula Fringe Flower Burlap Lamp shade


Hula Fringe Lamp shade I am still working on the Coastal Themed Bedroom uugh! Will it ever end….who knows….the rest of the house is suffering, but, hey my bedroom looks great!! I bought a couple of lamp shades that I have been meaning to up-do and of course they needed to be burlap!! Love the look of that fabric, not sure how I ever lived my life without it! 

Supplies for both lamps:

  • Lamp Shades
  • Burlap fabric {I used burlap coffee bags for my square lamp shade}
  • Rotary cutter & mat
  • Spray glue
  • Hot glue & gun
  • Mod Podge
  • Blue Hawk Twisted Jute Twine.

Instructions:

Lamp shades before burlap

For the Hula Fringe Lamp Shade:

Cut Coffe bags with rotary

Cut your burlap with a rotary cutter into 3 inch strips, measured lengthwise large enough to go around your shade.

Add burlap fringe to edge of lamp shade

On the bottom edge, I used a strip that already had a frayed edge with stitching. Spray the shade and get your fabric straight, (the spray glue makes it easy to adjust if your strip gets uneven). Then hot glue the end edges overlapped on the original seam.

Layer fringed burlap strips to shade

Take your next strip and pull out 5+ strings on one side only to make the frayed edges, spray glue on the shade and layer over the first layer. Adjust and hot glue edges on original seam. Repeat! I cut the top edge strip to match exactly to the edge of the lamp.

Burlap lamp shade hula fringe


coffee bag lamp shade tutorial

Flower Burlap Square Lamp:

Cove sqyuare shade with burlap

Lay the shade on your burlap fabric and use the shade a guide to cut the burlap the same size as the panels on the shade. Be careful not cut the shade.

Coat the shade with Mod Podge and lay the burlap over the glue. {First I tried to use just the spray glue but the Burlap refused stick to the shade. Mod Podge made all the difference}. The Mod Podge makes for a smoother finish, if your like me and hate to iron, this way is easier to smooth out the wrinkles in the burlap. Trim the frayed edges on top and bottom edges of shade. I used the finished/sewn edges from my coffee bags, cut them into thin strips and hot glued them on the edges to finish the edges.

Jute Flower:

Take twine and just start looping it around to resemble a flower and hot glue the center. Roll twine in a circle and hot glue it down for the flower’s center.

And that’s it! Pretty simple! They turned out great, I love them and they are even cuter in person!

XOXOKIMG

Jute Twine Flower

 


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