Posts filed under ‘Lampshades’
Kid’s Bedroom Decor Idea – Dinosaur Adventure
Decorating your kid’s bedroom is great fun for parents and children. One popular decor idea for sons or daughters is a dinosaur adventure motif. Many young boys love dinosaurs and other prehistoric beasts.
Make A Dinosaur Pillow/Pyjama bag
Kids can make their own pillow the shape of the popular dinosaur.
All you need is a piece of felt, some ribbon and glue. It’s all no sew and by following our pattern and easy instructions they can make one or make two back to back; one to be a little pillow and the other to make a pajama bag – just leave the top open and add a “handle”. They can be the envy of their friends at the next sleep over.
See the full instructions at Wrights- kids crafts
FREE Dinosaur Pillow Patterns and Templates
Make your children their very own set of four “easy to make” and “easy to sew” dinosaur appliqued pillows using these free dinosaur patterns and templates (for personal use only). These decorative dinosaur pillows will be the perfect accessory to complete their dinosaur themed bedroom.
See the full instructions and download the patterns at HeatherInks.com
Dinosaur Painting Ideas
DIY Dinosaur Murals
See How to paint a mural by numbers
When you add some eye popping jurasic drama to your child’s room with this T-Rex crashing through the wall.
Available in Small and Large sizes
(Kit includes: pattern, transfer paper, directions & color guide.)
Dinosaur Painting Ideas
Self Adhesive Stencil Dinosaur Mural
- Paint a stunning mural in one weekend
- No artistic skills required
- Designer look-Unbeatable price
- Choose your own colors
- Self adhesive stencils make painting easy
- Watch on-line video demonstrations
Self Adhesive Dinosaur Stencil Mural
The Magic Mural Factory
I was delighted to discover Fog And Thistles paper cutout night lights.
Their simplicity and charm are quite delightful.
They’re not too expensive either Priced at $27.
Making a paper cutout lampshade
Cut out paper shapes are a great way to dress up and rejuvenate old boring lampshades.
During the day they may look quite plain like Rachel’s design below, but at night they come to life.
How to make a lampshade yourself
Cut out simple shapes in black paper and glue them to the inside of a plain lampshade with spray glue.
Chica and Joe have done a similar thing with a cityscape.
During the day all you see is the ribbon that was sewn down the middle with a thick white stitch and added to the bottom of the lampshade to look like a street.
If you find that a bit plain, there’s no reason why you couldn’t paint or stick the same design in colour to the outside of the lampshade making sure you positioned the design directly over the black paper inside the shade.
Add decorative elements to the bottom of the shade like beads, ribbons, feathers, tassled fringes (whatever you can find) hanging down from the shade to add interest.
Where can you find cutout shape ideas?
Search on the internet for Free Clip art Silhouettes and you’ll find loads to choose from THIS SITE
Have fun and tell me about it!