Shade slipcovers


Tired of that old shade but love the shape? MAke a slipcover. Little to no sewing skills required and it is a super easy and cheap way to change up your decor!
http://reposhture.blogspot.com/2012/09/shade-slipcover.html#
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lit and love!

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Reposhture Studio - Kim

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  • Greg Paige Roussel
    on Dec 4, 2015

    super cute! Did you use hot glue? and did you tear the fabric to get the great fringe! Hope your christmas is Merry and bright

    • Reposhture Studio - Kim
      on Dec 4, 2015

      @Greg Paige Roussel They are attached using velcro and when you cut drop cloth, all you have to do is pull the strings out until you have it fringed the way you like. I am glad you like these!

    • Greg Paige Roussel
      on Dec 5, 2015

      @Reposhture Studio - Kim thanks I will try this

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  • Cynthia M Stevens-Walston
    on Mar 22, 2016

    You just saved me big $$$ because now I won't need that burlap shade!! I love, love, love this!! I'll be making one permanent and buying the buttons >insert, blushing< but now you have me looking at all the shades stored in my basement with new eyes! Snap!

  • Annie Doherty
    on Jun 24, 2016

    These are brilliant like Cynthia I do exactly the same, you look at your things with new eyes. This site is so addictive you just need to re-cycle, re-purpose and re-make as there are so many wonderful shares, thank you keep them coming.

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