How to Make a Beautiful Plastic Bottle Lampshade

Sonali Tripathi
by Sonali Tripathi
15 Materials
5 Hours
Lets see how can we make a decorative Table Lampshade with the help of used cold drink plastic bottle and aluminium wire. This craft looks so beautiful and is a great room decor craft made with easily available waste material in house.
Watch the video to learn how to make the Plastic Bottle Lampshade at home!
First take an empty cold drink bottle and cut it as shown in the image. Cut the mouth of the bottle as well and seal it with the help of another plastic piece.
Paint it with yellow and green colors and let it dry. This will form your lampshade head. Make a hole at the top so that it can be hung using a wire.
Draw some decorative designs on it such as Warli painting.
Your lampshade head will look look this.
Cut the leaves shape from remaining plastic bottle and paint it with green color.
Take some crepe paper and cut out some more leaves shapes.
Now its time to make a stand for our lamp. So take an Aluminium wire and mould it in a triangular stand shape as shown in the image.
Your stand will look like this.
Cover the aluminium stand with crepe paper.
Further cover it with colored tape, decorative stones and attache the leaves on it.
Finally fix the plastic bottle head at the top and your Lampshade is ready!
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  • Michelle Barlow Michelle Barlow on Jun 03, 2017
    Does it have a light bulb?

  • Debbie Spilsbury Debbie Spilsbury on Jun 03, 2017
    So yu know from the beginning, her cute lil lamp uses a battery votive OR battery no worries about any electrical trickiness...she sure is resourceful 💡 !

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