Crafter, designer, and blogger Denise Sabia of The Painted Home loves to turn the old and forgotten into the new and delightful.
Providing everything from interior design to house flipping in the Philadelphia area,her friends are known to say things like, “Give Denise some hot glue and a ponytail holder and she can do anything.”
So when she came across a little old camper, she had an idea for what it could become.
When most people transform campers, they turn them into charming little living spaces, perfect for road trips. But other people want to turn them into something entirely different, while still keeping it conveniently mobile. We’ve seen people turn campers into everything from hair salons to photo labs.
So when Sabia got her 1972 Shasta camper, she knew she would want to share it with the public, too.
She turned it into The Crafty Camper, a tiny classroom where she would teach all kinds of crafting and DIY skills to visitors.
She enlisted the help of her nephew, a carpenter, and together they transformed the camper into a perfect mobile classroom.
Then, it was off to fairs, festivals, exhibits, and parties!
[H/T: Country Living]