How to make hurricane lampshade
Hi! Here is a really good video on making a hurricane lamp!
Decorating With Hurricane Lampshades
Charlene: maybe this will help
Hello. It might depend on your style and size of your lamp. It might be possible to find a sconce at the thrift store that might be used. Sometimes candle sticks have open end glass shades that might work like these. If youre real lucky maybe there will be a shade there. Good luck finding your solution.
Hi Charlene, here are some ideas for hurricane lampshades. Be safe and do not light your lamp using paper. Stay well. Search Results
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Cut a piece of plain paper the same length as the circumference of the top of the shade, and draw a design on the paper. When your design is complete, tape it to the inside of the shade. Using your design as your pattern, paint the shade.
Here is a tutorial https://liagriffith.com/winter-diy-hurricane-lamp/
Charlene...If you have a lamp repair store near you...take the globe in with you and tell them what you want to do....more than likely they will have the needed items needed. We had one about 12 mile from us and I loved to go there and find things I needed for repairs or just old lamps, etc. Don't know what happened but they went out of business....I sure miss them. Good luck
here are some more ideas for your project
Are you wanting to make a hurricane style lampshade to fit on an existing table style lamp? or
Are you wanting to make a hurricane style lampshade to replace a former glass one that was on the original lamp?
Here's an idea for a hurricane lamp, but I'm not sure if you're looking for something that can go on an existing light: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3D4DTm1Ueis
Could you use a glass lampshade from Lowes? They sell the ones for ceiling fans.