Sunday, December 4, 2016

Christmas in the Camper

I finally did it!  I decorated my camper for Christmas!  It's been an item on my Christmas bucket list for awhile now and today was the day I finally did it.  And I got it done just in time because a big storm is rolling in.
The outside is nice and welcoming.  A wreath on the door, a Santa star on the lantern and a bucket full of pine cones with a red bow. 
It's cold outside and my little fireplace heater warms up the camper nice and quick.  My vintage ceramic tree fits so perfectly on the dining table.  
I hung a red, white and green yarn garland from the front cupboards and 2 burlap stockings hang from there as well.   


A couple of fun vignettes on the table, the fireplace and the counter were really fun to put together. 

We have a TV/VCR/DVD player set up out here and one of my favorite things to do during the holidays is watch some classic Christmas movies.  The bed is all made up and ready with lots of fluffy pillows and warm cozy blankets.  I am going to mix up a batch of my favorite hot cocoa and we will enjoy it out here while we watch our movies.
Yesterday, we had our annual Christmas baking day at my mom's house and we made lots of yummy stuff.  These peppermint frosted chocolate cookies will go great with the cocoa! 
I have a holiday scent in my cute Scentsy warmer that makes my camper smell extra Christmas-y too!  I love using this warmer all through the year in my decorating.  This vignette is my favorite. 
Here is a view from the outside looking in.  So cozy and warm and inviting and I can't wait to go watch Christmas movies out there tonight! 
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14 comments:

Ang Smith said...

Oh my goodness, this is so fun! You are so very blessed to have such a cozy place to relax and admire all of your Christmas treasures! Thank you for sharing!

Sharon Baker said...

I love the way you decorated your camper. Ours is parked in our driveway for the cold months (we live in Maryland) You have inspired me to go and put a wreath on the door. Thanks

Connie said...

How adorable . . . the perfect spot to sit and write letters in your Christmas cards :)

Jann Olson said...

What a fun place to cozy up and watch Christmas movies! Love all of the cute Christmas touches. We do an annual baking day as well. Everyone can't get together until the 22nd. I can't wait!! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
hugs,
Jann

Creations By Cindy said...

Oh I just adore all the Camper Christmas! Made me smile this morning. Oh the little ceramic Christmas tree just brought back lots of sweet memories for me. My granny loved ceramics and would make ceramics and she had a green tree like that. My niece got that lovely tree of my granny's when she passed away and one Christmas she went to take it out of the box and dropped it. It shattered! We all CRIED for days. Thanks for sharing your sweet Christmas. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Snap said...

What fun! I think i'm in the holiday spirit!

Eilis said...

What a cozy spot to cuddle up with movies and homemade cookies. Thanks for joining Monday Social!

Tami Von Zalez said...

I see I am not the first to have "fun" come into mind seeing your images. I have a lighted ceramic holiday Airstream that I just cherish!
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LV said...

Since I am vintage, love all your vintage decorations. I have a ceramic tree like that but it is green.

Laura said...

I have always wanted the ceramic tree . Your camper is so cute . Do you still camp in it?
HPS
Laura

Jessica Pelasky said...

So much fun! :)

I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips, and tricks: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pluckyrecipescraftstips/

Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

Botanic Bleu said...

What a fun place to watch movies... plus all decorated for the season. Thanks for sharing at Monday Social.

Judith

Vanessa said...

What a lovely camper. It's so cozy and warm. Thank you for sharing at Dishing it and Digging it link party. It's great having you.

The Charm of Home said...

There is nothing more perfect for a vintage camper than a ceramic tree! I still have mine form the 70's! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!