The past issue of CountryLiving Magazine highlighted a dear old friend of mine Judy Lake who does the most amazing fabric lampshades and even offered a tutorial on her signature style….She basically rocks!!!…….here are two she did in Sis Boom Girlfriends Karen fabric…so lovin them!
I think it’s funny that you get well over 100 comments when there is something to win and not so many other times.
The lampshades are nice. I need to bye some lamps to put shades on.
Please please tell me these are for sale and where I can purchase them. They are so adorable!
these are so cool!! I am cant wait to finish remodeling my bedroom and make a few for the night stands!! darling!!
I read that article and loved it!! I was very tempted to craft myself some lampshades. Maybe someday…
PS – I am hosting a Valentine’s Day swap on my blog if you are interested!
I saw this article and was thinking how your fabric would look great on a shade!
Haven’t read the issue yet. I got a little behind during the move, and I never skip an issue! I love every one. Thanks for sharing this. I love that there are tutorials on Judy’s blog! I plan to make some in the future.
I LOVE those shades! I have some of your fabric and now I have a great, new idea on what to do with it! Thank you for sharing!
why that green one has my name all over it!
Those are such darling lampshades!!! Beautiful!!
funny I just bought that magazine when I was at the airport and read the article, small world I guess or is it you are just the most famous person ever!! Love the shades, and rats I guess I did not win the giveaway! Too bad your Tinsel Trading class is not Feb 7th I will be heading down to NYC that weekend for the SCBWI confrence, again rats!
Ooh…love the lampshades. Your fabric makes anything B-eautiful! xoxo Dena
I saw that article, how fun you are friends. I love the lamp shade with your fabric. Clarice
I loved this article. The lamp shades are totally wonderful. What a wonderful friend to have!
I’ve decided that there is nothing that your fabrics wouldn’t look great made-up as! I’m convinced.
Hey you! I saw that article…love those shades!
Oh my goodness, so many nice comments. Hi, It’s Judy Lake, from Lake’s Lampshades. Doesn’t that green fabric work great on those cute little shades. I met Jennifer many years ago when out businesses were just blooming; we were set up at The Weston Home Show in Ct. I had been to The Elephants Trunk and spotted this lady scrounging around at the Flea Market looking for old christmas balls!!!! Then it hit me later, oh yeah, it was Jennifer from the show. That did it. And I think the next year we were in the same row….many years ago.
I do have space in my classes if anyone wants to give it a try, only takes one class to learn to make shades, get sources and have a blast. A great way to have a creative day. Thanks Jennifer for being so generous to share my article and shades with your loyal following. xoxo judy
I just read the article this evening and the lamp shade tutorial. AND guess what yummy fabric I have????? Oh so happy to have something wonderful to do with it! You two make quite the team, as do your lampshades and fabrics!!