søndag 21. september 2014

Lampeskjerm av hønsenetting

Hei igjen. Håper dere har en fin søndag. Høsten er kommet og tid for kreativiteter er her igjen. Mitt første prosjekt er lampeskjermer av hønsenetting. Superenkelt å få til. Lampenefoten kjøpte jeg på loppis og malte både den og skjermen med kalkmaling.


Pyntet med perler og bånd







På denne skjermen festet jeg blonde på undersiden. Tenkte å ha den på gjesterommet.



Ønsker dere alle nydelige høstdager

Klem

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24 kommentarer:

  1. Kære Bente ,hvor er det en fin ny skærm, det må være svært at lave den ! Og dine små kroner er så smukke , hvor er du fuld af fantastiske ideer !
    Knus fra Dorthe

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  2. Your lamp is so charming Bente ! I also use chicken wire for some crafts I make. Simple and low cost but the result is super!!!
    Have a happy new week!
    Olympia

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  3. Bente,
    what a lovely lamp and togehter with the sweet little crowns a perfect decoration! So fall has good sides!!!
    Have a wonderful week
    Elisabeth

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  4. So feminine and delicate! And I love the crowns with the charms. Thank you for your sweet visit. xoxoxo

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  5. Your lampshades are adorable, Bente! What a cute idea!
    Mary Alice

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  6. Du er jammen flink, lampen ble kjempefin!! Hønsenetting kan brukes til så mangt:)

    Ha en flott uke!
    Klem fra Jorunn

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  7. Dear Bente,

    I love your sweet lampshade - how lovely and clever.
    Wishing you a wonderful new week
    hugs
    Carolyn

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  8. Så stilig lampe,du har jammen meg god fantasi Bente. :))
    Ha en fin ny uke.
    Klem Mette.

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  9. Du får det til du Bente- kjempestilig lampe :) Veldig veldig fin !

    Ønsker deg en fin uke

    Klemmer Monica

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  10. Hønsenetting er jo så fint og kan brukes til så mangt .
    Du har ideene du Bente ...
    Kjempetøft !
    God ny uke .
    Klem Anne

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  11. What a lovely lamshade,great job !!! Have a beautiful new week!!xoxo
    Vicky

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  12. Hi Bente, love your lamp shades. Your ideas are so creative. Lovely in your home.
    Thank you for stopping by. Happy fall.
    Hugs from Texas

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  13. Здравей Бенте, лампите ти са страхотни. Много, много нежни и толкова романтични!
    Поздрави и прегръдки от мен.

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  15. Å du kreative!
    Så flott dette ble:))
    Ønsker deg ei flott helg!

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  16. Love your chicken wire lampshades, and best I noticed your little wire crowns much like mine? I hope they were inspired by my art that you took a liking to?
    Yet yours are so much larger, I do mine about 4" 1/2 round, a sweeter size to work with and embellish. I also love the extra touch as I give mine that white coating softening the effects of the wire, as your shade, do you not agree.....?
    So wish I lived near by so we could get together and have a crown making party :)
    I am working on new designs with wire, getting ready for a puppet holiday theatre production coming Christmas.

    Hope to see you soon sweet beautiful friend.
    Keep inspiring your Nordic feel to all you create.

    Come see my love sign.

    Xoxo
    Dore

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  17. Hi Bente,
    I am flattered that you would fall in love with my crown, and try to purchase one, I do ship internationally and I think it would be about $16.00 US dollars
    I wish you would have written me I could have given you a shipping price?
    I have one left in my etsy shop the words on it says France, I could do any charm you would want your crown to say, I have made a rosary bead with a word Norway on it and it's in my etsy so I could do something on this line, or the word love.
    If you want to hold off on a purchase it's totally fine....

    I adore, and love that you attempted to try your hand at creating a crown that was inspired by mine, and seeing yours there, I was so flattered that you took the time to create one. As well as coat yours with the epoxy type of coating look I give all my wire work.

    If you want I could go add a shipping price to the listing giving you an option to buy one. If any change in heart to purchase one it's really fine with me, I regret that I don't live closer to you so we could sit and create together.

    Thank you for your posting and linking the post to my site, I want to thank you for taking the time to visit my post and leaving a comment that inspires all I create.

    See you soon, keep inspiring your creative beauty over here :)

    Xoxo
    Dore

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  18. Preciosa y original pantalla de lámpara...Felicidades por tu blog, lo sigo a diario y me encanta...
    Saludos desde Barcelona
    Matilde
    http://matilde-unvergelenlaciudad.blogspot.com.es/

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  19. How I wish I was there with you right now and you were teaching me how to make these pretty shades dear Bente! And then I would have you share with me how you made the little wire crowns too. You have so much creativity and you inspire me with every post!
    many hugs to you my dear friend...

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  20. Wow, noe så nydelig Bente <3
    Du er virkelig flink.
    Elsker stilen på dette <3

    God klemmmmm

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  21. Ble litt overrasket over oss selv vi, hi hi :) Takk for koselige ord inne hos meg- jeg må skifte navn på bloggen om jeg får til det, for blogge vil jeg fortsette med. Blir jo helt nye bilder etter hvert nå :) Bare vi finner det vi skal ha og får solgt ! Prospektet er klart om en ukes tid.

    God helg Bente

    Klem Monica

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  22. sooooo beautyful, love it!
    all the best ;-)
    amy

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  23. Love your chicken wire lampshades ! I want to have identical shades . Dear Bente ,you inspire me , thanks :)

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  24. I love this lamp shade! I know you said it was easy, but I would love a tutorial next time you do one

    Carol

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