Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Isabella's Lampshade Project

Using a bunch of my remnant fabrics and trim, Isabella just completely upstaged me in covering a lampshade. I am flipping out at its fabulousness!! More in a post soon...

(and see the peek of the mirror?!)

19 comments :

  1. Sunburst mirror with the twigs? Cute lampshade! She's good!

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  2. Oh, I copied you on a very, very small scale! Your framed date from the office design.

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  3. Ha! The apple doesn't fall far from the tree. How adorable...and I'm guessing sunburst mirror?


    -Rene

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  4. Honestly, that is impressive. Like mother, like daughter. Love what she has done!

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  5. Oh my gosh! That girl takes after her Mama! She has an eye for decorating.

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  6. Love the lampshade too cute and very clever use of remnants. Your talent and design aesthetic is truly inspiring,Kathysue

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  7. Like Mama, Like Daughter! Designing Women Unite! :0)

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  8. I really like the lampshade and how the patterns are sectioned of - very nice work by the other premier designer in your house!

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  9. How cool is that?! Great job Izzy:-)

    Hey Janell, I sent you a tweet asking if Isabella was taking clients! I want to be first in line!!!

    AND...Did you make a sunburst mirror? Oh you have to let us see it tomorrow!

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  10. She looks to be taking after her talented mother!

    xo,
    cristin

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  11. Ahhhha...

    Budding designer!

    Mr. Goodwill Hunting
    http://g-w-hunting.blogspot.com

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  12. You tell Isabella that she's upstaged a woman with grown children and several degrees. I spent a week trying to recover two lampshades and I JUST threw them out in disgust yesterday. I'm so jealous of her talent. Today, I did remove our old kitchen faucet and replace it myself, so I'm not a total idiot, but boy, she upstaged me! Beautiful job.

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  13. Wow- following in mama's footsteps! I bet it's fun to share a love of decor with your daughter.

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  14. That looks great! I'm really impressed. I love it that my children are getting old enough to do 'proper' craftiness with me - not just painting egg boxes orjunk modelling! I'm really enjoying to teach my oldest two how to sew.

    Ican't wait for the follow up!

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