Sometimes things break, or they don't turn out quite as we intended. It was supposed to be a clay lampshade, but it all went to pieces. So we just had to shift our thinking: we filed the fragments a little and drilled holes in them. Then we made a simple frame out of a dowel and a metal ring and painted them. From the frame, we hung the recycled pieces and added a lovely hanger using a piece of leather attached to a wooden ring. The red decoration in the middle is made using Moldit mouldable plastic as follows: place a silicone mat/teflon mat on a durable work surface and pour out Moldit in various formations on the surface, then heat with a heat gun. The heat will cause the little plastic pieces to melt together (usually you melt Moldit in a bowl with warm water). When the decoration is cool, attach it using a hot glue gun. Then it's all done. Voila! The lampshade is a wall hanging instead.