DIY Pom Pom Lamp Shade

Here is a sneak peek at one little corner of Caroline’s nursery.  I bought this pineapple lamp about 6 months ago and knew immediately that it would go well in her room.  While it was super cute on it’s own I thought it would be even cuter with some pom poms on the lamp shade.  

I bought a bunch of pom pom trim at Hobby Lobby before we moved to Hawaii and I decided it was finally time to use it.  I was able to find my stash of hot glue sticks but never found my hot glue gun so I resorted to using permanent glue dots, which worked well but hot glue would have been better.  Basically all I did was put glue dots all around the lower outside edge of the lampshade and then attached the trim and cut it down to size at the end.  Such a simple DIY but it’s a great way to jazz up a plain ole lampshade.  Stay tuned for a full nursery reveal in the coming weeks!

lamp | gold pig bookends (old from CB2) | bookcase (vintage, this is similar though) | custom drapes (c/o Carousel Designs.  Fabric is Pink Primrose with Orchid trim) | pink shoes | Pantone color cards | white picture frames

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Katie Vail
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  1. Jennifer McD
    October 19, 2017 / 12:05 am

    I LOVE this little vignette and can't wait to see the rest of the nursery reveal! One question – do you have any care tips for that bromeliad on the bookshelf? I've fallen in love with them recently, but the 2 I have bought have both gone South within weeks! (One turned brown and the other has white/yellow spots on it.) Would love to know how you keep yours so pretty and pink!! (I'm sure that beautiful Hawaii weather helps)

  2. October 19, 2017 / 12:44 am

    Thank you Jennifer! Haha your question about the bromeliad made me laugh because honestly I think I've only watered it 3 or 4 times in the 2 months I've had it. I've kind of forgotten about it since Caroline is currently sleeping in our room. Maybe that's the trick? I seem to have better luck with bromeliads, snake plants and succulents when I don't pay them too much attention because I tend to overwater if I worry about them too much. So maybe less water is the key? Hope that helps!

  3. October 20, 2017 / 10:17 pm

    This turned out so so cute!

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