Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Signage for Your Vintage Trailer or Campsite

Whether it's a piece of scrap lumber that's been hand-dabbed with white paint...

...or a reproduction of vintage advertising signage...

...or a way to note your membership number in a group like Sisters on the Fly--

There are as many creative ways to make trailer or campsite signage as there are creative minds to dream them up.

Here, set on an ironing board, we have house numbers nailed onto an old drawer front and displayed on a tabletop easel.

Here, displayed outside on a tension rod, is an embroidered banner.

Chalkboards large and small are so useful for making camping signage that we consider 'em necessary equipment! (But don't forget the chalk.)

The simplest chalkboard looks dressed up when placed near a pot of real flowers.

Here's a mini-banner stitched up to match the colors of the owner's trailer.

Fast and easy: magnetic letters on a metal tray.

Just the tip of the proverbial iceberg when it comes to ideas for camping signs! Create away!

1 comment:

  1. I love these ideas. Thanks! Now I need to make one for me....Thinking, thinking, thinking....Ouch, headache! Ha!