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Vase lamp

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Such an adorable upcycle project! Repurpose an old ginger jar into a beautiful lamp. Check out the full DIY with step by step instructions and pictures here: http://www.ehow.com/how_6569963_make-ceramic-vases-lamps.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage

Such an adorable upcycle project! Repurpose an old ginger jar into a beautiful lamp. Check out the full DIY with step by step instructions and pictures here: http://www.ehow.com/how_6569963_make-ceramic-vases-lamps.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage

DIY Concrete Lamp - Jenna Sue Design

How to make a DIY concrete lamp! Follow this fun and simple tutorial to give any lamp a cement, stone or concrete look.

Learn how to turn a vase into a DIY lamp using a lamp kit and a few common household tools. Make your own custom lamp using a vase. #diylamp #lampkit #vaselamp #howtomakeavaselamp

Learn how to turn a vase into a DIY lamp using a lamp kit and a few common household tools. Make your own custom lamp using a vase. #diylamp #lampkit #vaselamp #howtomakeavaselamp

Table & Floor Lamps

A medley of lamps, thoughtfully curated for the individual who desires to make an individualist lighting statement.

DIY Concrete Lamps by The Wood Grain Cottage

See how created my own DIY concrete lamp! I took thrift store lamps and gave them a complete makeover with this easy "concrete" paint method.

I’m always looking for ways to make interior design more affordable, so when I came across this gorgeous vintage ceramic jug lamp, I knew I had to try to channel the same look for my own home. That sort of textured, earthen look is really popular right now, and looks particularly good on vases—but I had a feeling that this same technique could bring a lot of character to lamps, too.

I’m always looking for ways to make interior design more affordable, so when I came across this gorgeous vintage ceramic jug lamp, I knew I had to try to channel the same look for my own home. That sort of textured, earthen look is really popular right now, and looks particularly good on vases—but I had a feeling that this same technique could bring a lot of character to lamps, too.

Thrifted Lamp Makeover with a Faux Aged Pottery Treatment - Hamilton Park Home

The “little lamp that could” is done and I thought it deserves a spot on the blog! If you’ve been following the journey of this lamp you know it’s been a wild ride. Seriously, so much drama from one little lamp! It got a bit worse before it got better, but without further ado, here’s... View Post

Halloween decorations on mantle. Skulls, crows, candles.

Sooo...Pregnancy took the domesticity out of me real quick. Actually that's not true, it took the "crafting" part out of me. I was all about cleaning, cleaning, and more cleaning. I was super O.C.D. about it- I would re-clean something that I had just deep cleaned the day before. I had this feeling throughout most of my pregnancy that I had to be prepared in case he came early... and of course he was a week late. Well now that he is here, and we have settled into each other a bit- I'M BACK…