Felt Flower Lamp Shade Tutorial

Felt Flower Lampshade-Felt Flowers

If you remember my post from last Friday, I showed you guys my starting point for my bedroom. One of my purchases was a new lamp for my nightstand.

I really love it, but thought the shade could use a little embellishment. Enter my go to craft supply: felt.

Since my bedspread has a ruffly look to it, I thought it would be fun to mimic the ruffle look on the lampshade with some felt flowers.

If you want to make your own it will seriously take you all of 15 minutes and here’s all you will need::

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12 Days of Christmas:: Felt Trees

Last year I made this felt Christmas tree. I made it the same way that I made my wreath.

It was sort of puny decor by itself so I decided to make two more smaller trees to pair with it.

I used the same red felt that I used to make the first tree and also the leftover felt from my wreath. Instead of making two more red trees I decided to swirl a single row of the red felt and then fill in with the cream colored to make them a little different.

Here’s how you can make your own::

Just fold the circle in half twice and poke a straight pin in the corner and place it in the styrofoam.

Here is the end result.

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Fall Decor:: Door Decor

Today is all about fall door decor over at Southern Hospitality. I’m joining the fun with my door decor. I made this felt wreath last winter. It’s been up since then. I’ve been meaning to change it up a bit. Fall is the perfect time to make some changes.

I liked how my fall burlap banner turned out, so I thought I would make a mini one for the wreath.

I used the same orange burlap and brown fabric for the letters and attached it with brown and white twine.

I also switched out the green ribbon with the orange burlap to hang it.

Love the pop of orange against the black door. The colors are also perfect for Halloween 🙂

I also got a little bale of hay and an assortment of pumpkins & gourds to put outside the door.

Here’s a look at our ‘mini’ front porch. 🙂

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