Tutorial Tuesday – Caravans!

No, there is no tutorial that will show you how to build your own life-sized caravan.  Unfortunately.  But for some of you who have been reading my blog for a while, you might know that I want a little caravan.  Like this: 

RIGHT?!  Like a cute little craft room!  But, just as the rest of my life goes, there’s no space for this.  Well, obviously I’m not talking about in my apartment.  This time I’m talking about parking space.  BOOOOOOOO.  Whatever.  I’ll just try some of these tutorials to bring my inner caravan love into my apartment.  I’ll probably still silently cry at night while longing for a human-sized one, though.  Full disclosure.

Foamboard caravan.  SO cute.  It doesn’t look super easy to make, but it’s cute!

Caravan sewing box.  I might make this for my desk at work!  I could put all my pens and pencils in it!  And I could look at it and dream of a time when I wouldn’t be sitting somewhere and dreaming of a time.  Did that make sense?  Dream of a time when I’m not sitting at a desk while wasting my life away.  I guess that’s more direct.

Camp out.  OK.  This is an embroidery pattern from Sublime Stitching and is not free.  Sorry about that.  But I’ve actually made it.  Well, not the one pictured above.  Believe it or not, the one I stitched onto a kitchen towel is currently in use in the kitchen.  I didn’t want to attempt photographing it because there was probably a coffee stain on it or something.  Gross.

Camper cookies.  Just what I need.  Cookies.  But don’t they look delicious?!  And here’s the recipe!

There you have it!  So, channel your inner trailer trash (well, I don’t think of caravan owners as trailer trash – more like JEALOUSY-INDUCING JERK FACES!).

Oh, and if you’re interested, I’d gladly take this if you’re handing out presents: 

 It’s called The Cricket and I must have it!  I could totally cute it up with some gingham curtains (or something)!


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