Lampshade Making Kit Gold Lined - medium
This gold lined DIY lampshade making kit is perfect for beginners or expert crafters who want to learn the art of contemporary lampshade making. You’ll learn how to apply the gold lampshade PVC to your fabric, how to attach the rings and how to create neat rolled edges.
You learn to make a 25cm diameter fabric drum lampshade which can be used on a lamp base or ceiling pendant.
By the time you have finished the kit you will have your very own bespoke lampshade and will have all the skills to create many more beautiful shades!
Lampshade size - 25cm diameter x 20cm height
The kit includes,
Gold metallic self adhesive lampshade backing panel
Lampshade rings with a UK/EU fitting
Roll of self adhesive lampshade tape
Rolled edge tool
You will need,
Your choice of fabric
Your fabric will need to be the following size,
For a 25cm D size lampshade you will need a 95cm x 25cm piece of fabric
We recommend using a light to medium weight fabric, either a cotton, poly cotton or a linen/cotton mix. If you have any questions about fabric choice then do get in touch.
5% of every sale will be donated to Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) via Work for Good
All UK orders are sent by Royal Mail First Class standard delivery (1 - 2 working days) or next day courier for large lampshade orders.
Drum Lampshades - Please allow up to 5 days until dispatch
Traditional Soft Lampshades - Please allow up to 10 days until dispatch
Fairy Lights - Please allow up to 3 days until dispatch
Kits - Please allow up to 3 days until dispatch
Pendant Lights - Please allow up to 10 days until dispatch
If you would like your order sooner, then please do let me know and I will try my best to hurry it through.
5% off every sale will be donated to Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) via Work For Good.
DEC charities and their local partners are in Ukraine and across the border in the neighbouring countries. They are working to meet the immediate needs of all people fleeing with food, water, medical assistance, protection and trauma care. Find out more about the Disasters Emergency Committee here.