Lampshade Spittin Creativity

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Just a boring white lampshade from Walmart turned into a beautiful piece of art for my livingroom.
Mixed a few squirts of Blue Thunder (or any other shade) US with about 1/2" of water in a large bowl.
Placed the lampshade in the bowl on its top, and spritzed it a few times with some clear water.
Continued to spritz every 30 minutes or so for a couple of hours. When I took it out. It looked like this.


Turned it over and placed it back in the bowl for another hour. Set it on a paperplate to dry.
This is the scond one I did. Left it in the mixture overnight, so it is a richer color.
Here they are on my beautiful mercuryglass lamps and I love them!!! Going to seal with a couple of coats of spray on poly and will be able to wipe with a damp rag to keep clean.
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  • Sharon Peppard Sharon Peppard on Feb 09, 2017
    What is the typical cost of unicorn spit?

  • Joan Kelly Joan Kelly on Feb 11, 2017
    You mix the Spit into water and put in spray bottle and spray on shade or does the spit go in bowl of water and put shade in water and it soaks up the gel?

  • Mary Coakley Mary Coakley on Apr 08, 2018

    Will the.poly.smell.when.the light is on for some time

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