DIY Lined Lamp Shade & Fabric Tray with HGTV’s Home Fabrics

Disclaimer: Please note that some of the links below are affiliate links and at no cost to you I will earn a commission if you purchase through those links. See my Disclosure + Privacy Policy for more info. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.

HGTV Fabric Poppy Power

Today I am going to share two super easy projects using HGTV’s Home Fabrics Line sold by Joann Fabrics. And then I have super deal for you! Below is a great coupon for 10 % off the total purchase of HGTV Fabrics and Trims so you can get your hands on these beautiful products.

First up is an easy way to dress up a plain lamp shade into an amazing focus piece for your home.

Fabric Lined Lamp shade

DIY Lined Lamp Shade

Materials: HGTV Poppy Power Fabric in Yellow, Tree Studio High Tack spray glue, pencil, rotary cuter, mat and ruler.

Place the shade on the fabric and trace an outline of the shade on each side with a pencil, rolling it as you trace. Take your rotary cutter, mat and ruler and cut the fabric. I cut  1/4 of an inch less than the guide line on one side to make the fabric fit perfectly on the inside of the shade. Spray your glue on the inside of the shade lightly. On the design side of your fabric spray an even good amount of the glue. Line up your fabric on the seams of the shade and slowly press and adjust as needed. Pressing gently, smooth out all of the bubbles and folds. Place it back on your lamp and watch it bloom! This came out so pretty I love it!

how to add lining to a lamp shade

Next is a super easy way to add a little color to an ordinary tray.

>Fabric Lined Tray

DIY Lined Fabric tray

Materials: HGTV Circling Fabric in Grey, decorative tray, Mod Podge, sponge applicator, rotary cutter, mat and a ruler.

Measure your tray base and cut your fabric to match the dimensions of the inside of the tray with your rotary cutter. Apply Mod Podge to the inside section of the tray and slowly line up your fabric over it. Gently smooth out any wrinkles or bubbles. Let it dry. You can then apply Mod Podge over the fabric to seal it so it can be wiped clean. I like the fabric texture so I did not apply it to mine. And that’s it! Super easy and super cute makeover!

fabric lined tray tutorial

I hope you enjoyed these two easy ways to spruce up your home for Spring!

Here’s a coupon so you can get a super deal on this beautiful fabric and trim for your home!

Go to JoAnn Fabrics today and have a look at the many fantastic choices in fabrics by HGTV. There is sure to be one there for your home!




  1. Both pieces turned out so lovely! The lampshade fabric looks like it was made for a lamp. So pretty. So glad you stopped by and linked up at Transformed Tuesday this week.

    Peggy~PJH Designs

  2. Both projects turned out amazing! I love how the light shines through the floral fabric!

  3. These are BOTH soo pretty.. can’t decide which I like better and the fabrics you chose are gorgeous. What wonderful additions to your home. Thanks for sharing with the Pink Hippo Party!
    Amie @ Pinkapotamus

  4. I do love Joanne’s Fabrics that is for sure. I feel like I should own stock in company go there so much…Beautiful fabric and love the lampshade Ms. Talented!
    Thanks for sharing.

  5. Katherines Corner says:

    lamp shade is awesome, but love, love, the tray! Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things Hop xo

  6. Oh one more thing! Feel free to grab an “I’ve Been Featured” button from the Link Parties page of my site :)

  7. What a great project, and thanks for the coupon! I chose this as a feature from my link party last week. Thanks for linking up! I hope you can join again this week.


  8. Wow! I cannot believe what a difference the fabric made on the lampshade. It is gorgeous. Thanks for sharing on Thursdays Treasures.

  9. Kay Homer says:

    Fantastic idea for sprucing up a tired or stained lampshade!

  10. I think it is the perfect solution to a slightly stained and soiled lampshade that I want to retain. Thanks so much for posting.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *