Saturday, June 20, 2015

Base Layer of Outside Paint

Now y'all know I wanted a little shabby chic glamper. A super sweet little love to tow behind my truck on all my nonexistent adventures. I looked at this...

So flipping precious!!!! But not quite me.  Then I looked at this...
 Squeal!!! Cuteness overload but again it says "someone else".

So I looked and I longed,
I pinned and I pined,
I searched and I, yeah, okay you get the picture.
I was looking at stuff everyone else had already done, hence the reason they all looked like they should belong to someone else.  Kudos to the owners of these little ladies, BTW, they are amazing!!!

A little bit of looking at what I had and what I loved and this is the new exterior of my beauty.

She is a delicious combo of hot pink, gold, black, and white. I have to add her name yet and her pin up lady (which I also have yet to choose for the same reasons!) but I am sooo happy with what she is becoming.  She was a hit on the highway with lots of waves and pictures by passer-bys. If you want to see a "before" pic check out the post on our first glamp here.

This one shows the colors a little bit better...
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Monday, June 15, 2015

First Glamp

Well we rolled her out for the first glamp. It was NOT very glamorous. We forgot the music. We forgot the POTTY! Yes, it's sad but true.

This was the posh potty of our weekend. Sigh. So much went wrong but at least she rocked her roll down the highway! Do you remember her when?

Not super cute. Kinda overdue for some fresh lipstick. But a few days in the salon and 

She is all pink and gold and fabulous! She did cause quite a stir going down the highway. She posed for some photos and enjoyed all of the attention. This is just the first layer. She still needs her pinup and her name but she sure is feeling sassy!

Friday, June 5, 2015

Glamper Karma digs me!!!

I have been working so hard on my little glamper that she decided to show me a little love in return.  Around the stove there were two truly terrible plexiglass sheets screwed to the wall with the most hideous wallpaper crumpled behind them.  I have been avoiding dealing with them because I just knew the walls were going to be so bad back there and I was wrong!!! Ever happened to you? Happened to me and I couldn't be happier! That meant I could do more "subway tile". Happy dance!!! I cut more tile and slapped it on the wall...

See, it looks like foam sheets stuck to the wall (if that doesn't make sense go back here.) . Sigh... Lots of paint and lots of caulk and viola!
A complete backsplash.  We are cooking with gas now, baby. I don't know if it will be ready for the reunion next weekend but here's hoping!

I am sharing this week.