Friday, October 11, 2013

Trailer Decoration Ideas

As a general rule, the women who own and camp with vintage travel trailers are crafty and creative. Part of the fun in camping as a group lies in seeing what others have come up with.

Such as the brass music stand, above used as a sign holder by Miss Joyce. Not to mention the sign that lives up to its name--HAPPY.

Pennant banner made of bandannas, with cutout trailers as the fobs. This goes with Miss Carol's hand-painted trailer, Half Broke.

Wee pony saddle atop the propane tank of Miss Pat's Pony Tales--a Lil Loafer that's wee in her own right, with a box that's just 7 feet long.

Old beaded souvenir belts are the screen-door trim on Miss Julie's Oasis.

Instead of a standard globe, Miss Sandy uses a Ball canning jar for her Boler's porch light. But the real beauty of her trailer lies in its simplicity.

Even we introverts need to hang with a group once in a while, just for the inspiration. And what could be better? When the crowd thing gets to be too much, all you have to do is step inside your trailer and close the door.

Happy Girl Camping!


  1. I'm so excited to be going to the Sisters on the Fly get together this evening at the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame in Fort Worth, TX. I'm not a member yet, but your blog and several others are amazing inspiration for me! I'm looking forward to my own trailer one day, and perhaps meet up with some of you who blog. :-)

  2. Have a wonderful time--if I lived closer, I'd be there!