Roundup, with this lampshade makeover.
The how-to is really simple. I have lots of old doilies from various relatives and the crocheted trim came from an estate sale. They are all cotton. I used Dylon Cold Water Dye in A24 Leaf Green, which I really like, even though I don't stir nearly as much as I should. When they were dry I ironed them and glued them onto the shade with Elmer's (which I use for everything that doesn't require a cyanoacrylate), and topped it off with beaded trim, also glued on with Elmer's. (The beaded trim was already the right color.) Time-consuming, but no special skills required other than patience. Just don't smear the Elmer's around too much or you'll see it when the light is on and it's back lit.