A Little Girl’s Pink Room and Lamp Re-do


Today I’m talking about a pretty pink themed room and a lamp I made with scrapbook paper. Smile 


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Like most my adventures, my inspiration comes from the thrift store.  After I spotted this little munchkin I knew I had to buy her.

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       Cost: $2.00
Like most things I buy from the thrift store they always need a little TLC. 

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No problem, on my last trip to Michaels I spotted Krylon Fairytale Pink spray paint on clearance for $1.99.  That color is SO JUST PERFECT!

So off I went to tape and spray paint my little lamp.

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I previously bought this lamp shade for $1.00 and sprayed it pink too.

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Once everything dried I found some left over scrapbook paper and torn it into pieces and Mod Podged it onto the lamp shade.

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And Somehow I came out with this sweet little lady.

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The flower and pearl necklace was just thrown on there – my daughter was wearing it in the picture above.  I also embellished it with little glued on jewels I had laying around.


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blog full view lamp copy

TOTAL COST:  $5.00  Smile  Now that makes me happy!

I had to add this picture because you'll be so inspired!  The wallpaper-esque panels behind the beds are actually pieces of big cardboard that were mod podged with scrapbook paper, JUST like what I did to the lamp shade!  Then she had MDF trim from Home Depot cut to fit around the cardboard panels.

Photo Source from Full House via Little Green Notebook

Want to see her room FINISHED and complete with pink American Clay??  Click on over!!!

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Linking up to Young House Love Book party - fixing up old thrift store lamps was tip # 183

       Enjoy and be inspired!
  ~ Creative Juices Decor~

31 comments:

  1. That is the most adorable lamp I've ever seen!!! I can't believe you just ripped paper and MPed it to the shade!!!

    And the panel behind the bed is genious too! :)

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  2. That is so sweet....and creative. Always in awe of what ones imagination can do!!
    Great job...

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  3. ACK!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I don't really know what else to say.

    That lamp is shockingly cute. I adore the pink paint you chose and you'e so brave. I never would have thought of the paper. Clever, clever girl.

    That being said.... how come you always find these lamps at the thrift store? The one and only time I bought lamps at the thrift store I came home with gigantic beige monters that are beyond redemption. I think I'll give them to you and see what you can do with them. It'll be good for your blog.

    Also, I *love* that cardboard idea!

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  4. GORGEOUS!!!! I really want to do a lamp re-design for a table lamp in my living room... I might have to steal some ideas from this post! :D

    Thanks a ton!

    DesignBuildLove.co

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  5. Completely adorable, & the lamp is pretty darn cute, too. LOL!!!
    CAS

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  6. LOVE it! I'm going to have to start thrift store shopping! My daughter would love this lamp for her room!

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  7. I just came from the Little Birdie site---LOVE your map/canvas tutorial! I am SOOOOOOO doing that for my bedroom---not a map, but I'll find something. REALLY an affordable and stylish idea---ooooooh, and your lamp redo is fabulous! Thanks for the inspiration~

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  8. Your lamp turned out beautiful!! I wish I'd seen all these posts about decoupaged lamps BEFORE I covered mine in fabric! While I like how it turned out -- I had a time getting it done!

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  9. That lamp is incredibly beautiful. I host a link party that opens tonight at 8pm EST. I would love for you to stop by and join the party. Hope to see you there.

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  10. Wow, I love that lamp and the inspiration picture! Thanks for sharing!

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  11. Your lamp is darling! I love it. It is such a pretty pink color - so cute!

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  12. I am really impressed & motivated. I'm now following your blog. :)

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  13. I featured you gorgeous lamp at my Swing into Spring party. Please stop by to pick up your "I've been featured" button. Thanks.

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  14. The lamp is adorable and I want to do something similar over my bed, but with a sample of wallpaper. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. This is beautiful !!! I have a couple of shade that definately need a makeover abd was going to use fabric but I am loving this idea ALOT!!!! It is definately a great idea.

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  16. This is soo adorable.. what a lucky little girl you have! Love the creative mod podged embellishments! Hope you will share with my Pink Hippo Party @
    http://pinkapotamus.blogspot.com/2011/04/pink-hippo-party-24.html

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  17. You've turned ii into a beautiful lamp! Love the color of the lampshade! A pretty lamp for a pretty girl, perfect!

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  18. you did a great job!I love how it turned out! So pretty!!

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  19. I love the lamp! It turned out super cute!!

    Becky
    justbeckause.blogspot.com

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  20. The bread box in the guest post
    looks great!

    This lamp is Pretty. I love the Shabby Chic look.

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  21. Hi again! Just stopping by to let you know that I featured your sweet lamp on my blog today! Hope you stop by and grab a featured button @ http://pinkapotamus.blogspot.com/2011/04/pink-hippo-party-25.html

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  22. I am so glad you shared this. I have a lamp very similar to that I bought at a garage sale and I just wasn't sure what to do with it. That is just the look I want. Thanks a ton!

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  23. So adorable! I don't know which is my favorite; the lamp or the shade!! LOL!!
    ~Terry

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  24. The lamp is absolutely adorable!! I wish my girls were still little...

    I have been wanting to redo a lampshade in my 15 yr olds room and the scrap paper is a great idea!!!

    Thanks for sharing :-)

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  25. The lamp is cute.
    Thanks for sharing some tips about lamp making and decoration.

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  26. ohhhh...this is sooooo pretty. I love the fabulous item you've created. It would be dreamy for any little girls room!

    www.northerncottage.blogspot.com

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  27. This is beautiful. I'd like to do a beach themed one for our den. Do you place the torn paper randomly or is there a certain order I should use? Thanks for the gorgeous ideas :)

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    1. Hi Terri!

      Just place it completely randomly! I wouldn't make some spots have lots of paper and others have only a thin section though. try to do it all around the same thickness. When the light goes on, you will see a very cool patchwork feel to the lamp shape. I really like it, but that is why I wouldn't pile up the paper on one side, and not as much on the other. Hope that makes sense! Send me a picture - a beach theme would be cool.

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  28. So sweet - what a great addition with the pink. Thanks for sharing at our link party. Take care, Laura

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  29. Love to make this but can't find the scrapbook paper in this pattern. wish i knew the name of it or where it came from. could do another pattern but why when I love this! great job

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    1. I wish I knew the name! I got it at Michaels Craft Store, hope that helps and have fun making it :-)

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