Today I’m talking about a pretty pink themed room and a lamp I made with scrapbook paper.
Like most my adventures, my inspiration comes from the thrift store. After I spotted this little munchkin I knew I had to buy her.
Like most things I buy from the thrift store they always need a little TLC.
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.
I previously bought this lamp shade for $1.00 and sprayed it pink too.
Once everything dried I found some left over scrapbook paper and torn it into pieces and Mod Podged it onto the lamp shade.
And Somehow I came out with this sweet little lady.
TOTAL COST: $5.00 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!!!
Linking up to Young House Love Book party - fixing up old thrift store lamps was tip # 183
Enjoy and be inspired!
~ Creative Juices Decor~