I have this lamp for many years. It is those things that, over time, already tells you nothing.
They are not ugly, but nothing special… At the time, I was also busy recovering another very old lamp that was in my grandmother’s House. But that already teach you it other day…
As I have already mentioned, I am from changes in the living room, so I took advantage of a retalito that had left over fabric falls. My father (you know that it is upholsterer, and of course is who makes me everything in house) I has been keeping all the leftovers of fabrics to make little things. This was good sized and very square, so it occurred to me that it could cover lol sosa lamp screen.
I have to say that I had never done it, and I do not believe that I was not easy. I’m used to my brushes, my sandpaper, my paints and varnishes and stuff, but the fabrics, yarns and needles to give me more than I respect. I am denied for sewing. It is also true that I have never started to try to learn seriously…
The case is logically should make a paper template to then cut the fabric for it. I researched how to do it and everywhere they explained it in the same way, or at least I did not find other (of course, that patience is not among my gifts). It’s going by turning the display on a paper and go by marking the outline. Of course, should be done by both ends.
What seems so easy, and maybe it is, me took various roles of oven. I saw that when you were to make a sponge cake, I wasn’t going to be paper, I decided to use a publicity pamphlet… impossible more crappy lol… Well, in the end came out… I guess that it will be a question of practice. There comes a time that you control at the time the rotation of the screen and pen, getting to the par jajjaja.
Once past the obstacle, I attached the template on the wrong side of the fabric with pins, leaving margins sufficient to be able to then cover the screen.
Finally, I was gluing fabric with silicone gun, taking care to let the fabric well estiradita not remain wrinkles or bags.
As for the foot, I’ve just painted with pure white paint chalk.
Then I sanded well with steel wool to abrade the paint. I love this wool because it leaves a very natural finish and a very soft touch.
To protect well Matt varnish and new finished look, we need a table lamp probably in vintage style featured at http://www.internetages.com/category/vintage-table-lamps/.
How you like most? Well, I think that simply are two different versions… perhaps now not pass unnoticed, so poor…
More frugal and cost could not have been this work, so I am going to share it the Frugal weekend in casa de Marcela. I’ve heard that today we will teach a finish that I’m willing to learn… see you there!
Happy weekend para tod@s!
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