Friday, February 07, 2014

Teeny Tiny Trailer Boxes

I have been doing a little crafting lately. Nothing huge, just a couple of things for my trailer. Last week I recycled two tiny boxes. One was a Sucrets box and I'm not sure what came in the other, maybe screws? Covering these little boxes was a great way to use up some bits and pieces of scrapbook paper. For the tires I just glued on buttons from my stash. It's a little hard to see here but the doorknobs are tiny pearl gems. I haven't quite finished my other project but when I do I'll share that too. Stay tuned...


  1. These are adorable Beth!!!! Ever heard of Etsy?? wink wink

  2. Thanks so much for the positive feedback, Gail! I have been trying to do some crafts this winter (to pass the time). Being creative does feed the soul, but I don't think I'm anywhere near ready to open my own Etsy shop, lol.

  3. You inspired me to dig out a tin box and some buttons, beads, and fabrics yesterday, and I made a tiny camper. I will send a photo your way.

  4. Gail, I just saw the photo of your trailer box. I love your awning! I never thought about putting one of those on mine. Isn't it neat how each little box has it's own personality?

  5. Hi Beth,
    I think I will post my photo of it on my blog. It is true...they do have personality! I am thinking of a stick-on magnet to hang mine in my life size camper on the refrigerator door. Oh, hurry up spring so I can get working in my camper!! :) Happy ♥ Day!

  6. Hi Gail,
    II agree, hurry up spring! Unfortunately we are in for another blast of winter tonight, lol.
    I wish my little camper fridge was metal, but it is coated in vinyl so nothing sticks :(
    Enjoy your weekend!

  7. Ah Beth, I think I need to "borrow" you cute idea for recycling mini tins into mini trailers... uber cute!
    Glamping season will be here soon... until then, Happy Trails...

  8. Katmom,
    Borrow away! I would love to see what you come up with. Maybe a glitzy one to match your revamped Scotty decor?
    Think spring,

  9. These are just adorable...what a cute idea. Maybe I need to make some for my Shasta, Driving Ms. Daisy.

  10. Karen,
    They would be perfect for your Shasta, Driving Miss Daisy. I have since made a third one; it's turquoise with a yellow door. But that's it until I can scrounge up another tiny box. I was thinking they would make cute gifts at glamping get togethers...


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