Yes you can! Here is a couple ideas.
Hello Gladys! I would sure think you could try. I wonder if it would be flexible enough if you attached it to a window shade roller to be rolled up and down. It also might get a bit bulky on the roller if you have a long window to cover. These are the questions I would be asking myself if I was considering this DIY project!
I never thought if that but I believe it’s a great idea. Please post as a project when you have finished. I would love to see it b
I think you might be able to use it with this method for DIY roman shades: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3VW44HvdfM
I have used contact paper on an old shade to spruce it up. Wallpaper tends to be thicker, so may make it harder to use. In the end, I altered the look of the shade by stretching the shade out to its full length, adhered the contact paper, weighted it down and let it fully adhere before rolling it back up. Stencils give you a more custom look, too.
If you have a fabric fabric, you can decoupage the fabric onto the lampshades :)
You could use this tutorial, replacing the fabric for the wallpaper you have on hand: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvR02es0_-I
Yes you can. You can also use those shades as a background for a really nice Paint by Numbers artwork that you can do to relax.
Yes just cover reg shades glue them on pick a material and cut it after you glue it on the shade
Thank you, This is for lamp shades, I do have heavy wall paper with backing,which you paste and hang. I was thinking of trying that. Is that possible. Other wise I have cotten flower fabric I could use.