A Holiday Lamp Makeover Challenge With Lamps Plus!

Decorate a Fillable Glass Lamp for Christmas I know, I know…it’s August, and I’m about to drop some Christmas on you…what in the world is going on?  I am participating in a super fun challenge with some of my favorite blogging buddies, showing you a lamp makeover!  Lamps Plus  and Hometalk challenged us to take the beautiful Fillable Clear Glass Ovo Table Lamp and dress it up for the holiday season…I can’t resist a challenge, so I jumped at the chance!

lampsplus I was supplied with the lamp, and couldn’t wait to get started.

  Fillable Glass Lamp With Drum Shade

The lamp alone without any embellishment is absolutely gorgeous, don’t you think?

How to Fill a Glass Lamp I started by taking the lamp base apart.  You simply unscrew the bottom for filling…super easy!

Glass Lamp Base Filled With Glitter In Glass Christmas Ornaments Next, I made some of my sort-of famous Glitter In Glass Ornaments <— just click the link to see tutorial…they seriously take minutes to make!

Lamp Shade Embellished With Snowflake Banner and Washi Tape I made a cute bunting with two pieces of scrapbook paper and washi tape to embellish the shade…cute, huh?

Decorate a Fillable Glass Lamp for Christmas I love the way those ornaments look in the bottom of the lamp.  I can leave my lamp just like this throughout the entire Winter season this way, and it fits right in with the rest of my home’s decor!  I think what I love most is that it’s temporary!  I can change my lamp with the seasons!!!

Glass Lamp Filled With Shells Just to show you how easy it is to change the look, I decided to add some of my favorite beachy potpourri to the bottom.

Seashell Filled Glass Lamp

Now the lamp totally works for Summer!  I cannot wait to switch it up for Fall!!!

A huge thanks to Lamps Plus for providing the beautiful lamp, you can find them on Hometalk, HERE!!

What would you fill the lamp with?

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  1. says

    I love the ornaments and bunting, so cool!

  2. says

    This looks great–LOVE the bunting. For Halloween, I would fill it with bleached chicken bones. But that’s just me.

  3. says

    I love what you did with this lamp. The bunting is awesome and I’d like to try something like this! I think I like it best with the beachy-filler you added!!!

  4. says

    Love it Jessica. It turned out fabulous – as usual!

  5. says

    Cute. I love seeing what everyone has done with these lamps.

  6. says

    Very cute, Jessica! I love the teal blue color and how you should how we could accessorize it after the holidays!!!~~Angela

  7. says

    I really looovee what you did with your lamp! It got me thinking i should try something like that too! Ok here is a dumb question,the bunting how did you stuck it on the lamp? Glue? ..

    x- YasmiNa

    • says

      Hi, Yasmina! The bunting was made with washi tape (the gray and white polka dot tape), which is adhesive, but not too sticky. It stuck to the lamp shade, but is easily removable :)

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