Campfires, roasted marshmallows, boat rides, fishing off the pier, even a hike perhaps. Those were a few of the images I was conjuring up for what was to come this past weekend when we headed off to visit our friends, Rich and Jamie, at their lakeside summer camping home. Although, I almost didn’t go.
“I’ve got blogging to do…”
“Well, just bring the blog with you and come on up…”
“…Sure you won’t mind…?”
I spared them anyway…and didn’t bring the blog with…
Just a delicate little decoupaged camping tray.
It was in reality just an idea to use up the camping scrapbook paper left over from the decoupaged camping lamp.
When I made the camping lamp, I knew it wasn’t quite complete.
It needed a little something more.
I finally found that something more in a simple twine wrapped trim topper-offer.
Which led me back to the camping tray, and more ways to use the twine.
left over pant legs in dark brown (from an old pair of cut-off shorts)
left over camping inspired scrapbook paper
and a left over, scratched up melamine tray from several summers ago;
I dazzled up a delicate little decoupaged camping tray.
It would be fair to call this tray “for light use only.”
Hey, we’re not all meant to endure the outdoors.
Some of us just want to look the part.
I hope you all had a great weekend!! ~ Amy
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