Lampshade Making at Home

With DIY craft kit delivered to you

Learn how to make a lampshade with Mexican inspired fabric.


Viva Los Muertos
Viva Los Muertos
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1.5 hours Class size 5 to 30     label £45
How it works
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Request your preferred time
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We'll send a ClassBento Box to you (a craft kit with what you'll need). Shipping in the UK is free, and it should arrive within 2 to 4 business days. We ship nationwide.
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Enjoy the online class - after booking, you'll get a link to join the interactive class.
Bring some colour into your home with these amazing lampshades! There are so many incredible Mexican inspired fabrics to choose from.
When you request this workshop, a craft box full of goodies will be sent straight to your door. During the live online class, lampshade making expert, Danielle, will guide you through the process. She will teach you the best way to put your lampshade together and how to use all the tools in your lampshade kit. You will need a partner to help you with part of this workshop when assembling
Proudly display your Mexican patterned, DIY lampshade in your home. Every time you turn your light on, you'll feel so proud of your crafting skills.
This online craft class is a fabulous indoor activity that will boost your mood and spark your creativity. Crafts are a great way to get you feeling refreshed when you need time to reset.
By the end of this lampshade making workshop, you'll have some unique home decor for you to enjoy. As well as loads of tips to make more as gorgeous gifts for your loved ones.
Knowledge required
Perfect for beginners!
 
What you'll get in your craft kit
  • One set of lampshade rings
  • A pre cut fabric panel with a Mexican style print
  • Pre cut vinyl for the lampshade
  • Tape
  • fray tool
What you'll need
Scissors and a good length work table (such as a dining room table etc)
 
Your teacher
Viva Los Muertos
Viva Los Muertos

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DANIELLE GREENWOOD
I grew up in El Paso, Texas which is the border town to Mexico but now reside in Bristol, England. My childhood was immersed in Catholic and Mexican culture which has influenced my art. People ask 'why skulls and what is your fascination with death?'.
The simple answer is that I have sadly experienced many losses from death in my 45 years on this earth. Each death has taught me something new about life and myself. I could spend my life mourning the death of my father, brother, aunt, best friends and grandparents but I choose to celebrate their life through an ornate skull that symbolises all that they were. I believe in the Mexican celebration 'Dia De Los Muertos' and all that it stands for. There is so much beauty in humans and that does not need to be lost because the body is no longer with us. I have taken many commissions from people who have lost loved ones and created a unique skull to capture the beauty of the person whom has passed.

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