This Hannah Montana lampshade is a fun craft for tween girls, as well as younger girls. It is a simple craft that uses Hannah Montana as inspiration to transform an exiting white fabric lampshade.
The great thing about this Hannah Montana lampshade is that is costs les than $10, it can be used to decorate yoru little girl’s bedroom, and can be easily changed out at a later date!
To Make a Hannah Montana Lampshade You Will Need:
1 Fabric Lampshade (white)
Paint Pens or fabric paint
Beads and Jewelers (optional)
Hannah Montana cut outs from magazines
To get started you want to lay out a sheet of large white paper or newsprint. Place your whit lampshade on its side on the paper and roll the lampshade tracing the outline as you go.
Cut out this pattern on the paper.
Now start cutting out yoru photos of Hannah Montana, letters that spell out Hannah Montana, and any other inspirational pieces you have as inspiration for this Disney craft.
Now, use the clear tape to start taping the cutouts to the paper lampshade pattern you made. Create any design you want.
Use a large black permanent marker to outline letters, trace main outlines of Hanna’s facial features and more, sort of creating a cartoon outline look.
Place the pattern on the inside of your lampshade. Tape into place.
Place the lampshade back on the lamp an turn the eight on. The light will shine through revealing the details and lines.
Use a fabric pen in any color, like purple or black, to outline these details. You can also use puff paint.
Let this paint dry and remove the paper from the inside. Take the lampshade off and start to pain tin the details. Think of this jut like you would a coloring book.
Once all the details are filled in on your Hannah Montana lampshade you can add beads, flat backed jewels or more!
Install back on your lamp and enjoy your Hannah Montana Craft!
Tip: If you want to skip the step of making the pattern, outline it and tracing onto the lamp you have another options. Simply tape your cut outs to the inside of the lampshade. This will work well with larger pictures and cut out letters.
If you are trying to outline her face, then you may still want to trace the details on the face with a dark marker, let the ink dry, then tape into the lamp to trace on the outside!