Sunday, July 18, 2010

Dry run for the Glamper

Here we are it is our first time out in the Glamper. We couldn't get into the camp ground we wanted and so we had to drive 30 more miles and we were glad to find this spot as all the camp grounds were full. You can see the cute candelabra it came in the mail minutes before we left, so we threw the box in and took off and unpacked it when we got set up. Our awning didn't make it in the mail so we have no awning, but when we got home it was by the front door so next time out we will get to use it.
Above is a picture of the dinning room, ready for tea, I didn't bring any fancy linens this time as I wasn't sure what I would want. Now that I am an experienced Glamper I know more of what I need and what to leave at home. The flowers are from my back yard, and they stayed pretty for the whole week-end.

This is the boudoir, it was such fun sleeping on this bed, comfortable too. I have 12 pillows on the bed it was so cute, I had to borrow a cork screw from a neighboring camp and the guy came over and took a look inside and then went and told his wife he wanted one. Well who wouldn't......


More of the boudoir. I found the fancy pink pillow at Monticello, I love that place. I don't know how much detail you can see on the 2 pillows to the right of the fancy pink one but I embroidered them from vintage embroidery transfers.




You can see here the shelf above the bed, I have cute boxes full of goodies. The pink one with the roses is from my swap with Celeste, it is full of tea things, and a couple small champagne splits. The one on the far right is full of my unmentionables. I also have books up there and a box full of crafting supplies.
Well that is a quick look at our first Glamp. It isn't finished yet more to do inside and out, but it was fun and we are looking forward to the next one. Care to join us?


7 comments:

Connie said...

So where did you take it out camping, sugar? Darling!! You've done a great job on the Glamper...
xoxo,
Connie

Debbi said...

Yeah, I want to know where you found a camping spot??? We were lucky to get something at South Beach last weekend, but I made the reservation in May!! Nothing for August, but did get Detroit Lake after labor day. Oregon needs more campgrounds I tell ya....Love your glamper, and all the lacy and pink details:)

Gramma said...

I love it. Oh how pretty. Looks like fun.

It's Really Me said...

Wanda,
I have changed my blog. It is now iamnowlearningtobeme.blogspot.com I would love to have you come and check it out. I love your glamping post. It would be so neat to have a trailer as your own private getaway. I love the fru fru & fluff.
Take care,
agape,
Phyllis

Cheryl said...

Hello I am new to your blog ,I just love what you have done to the Glamper .I call it camper . I had a camper almost like yours ,I never would have thought to do this ! However our camper got burned up in a wood fire at our camp where we kept it ,someone else had started a fire and left it unattended .So no more camper , I also love all of your vintage work , Beautiful !

Tina Wilson said...

awesome! I want a little camper too.:0) maybe one day.

Works From The Attic by Linda said...

I love the Glamper! This is my idea of camping!