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Vintage Tree Lot Trailer

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I couldn't help myself and made the Travel Trailer into a Vintage Tree Lot Trailer for my Tree Lot.  


I received a few new paper packs and I couldn't resist the Cranberry Christmas pack for this Travel Trailer.  I went to town cutting pieces of Cranberry Christmas paper and mat board.


I made some small windows for the trailer and created a door.


Trim the flaps that attach to the side of the trailer so you don't see them through the window.  Then I grabbed a bunch of metal embellishments and vintage decorations for that festive tree lot trailer.


Oh Joy


I cut the Dimensional Star with a piece of Cranberry paper and mounted it behind the JOY blocks.


For fun... an open sign!


...and closed.


I attached the Believe Script Charm to the mini wreath and I mounted it over one of the open windows.


It sounds mean but he wasn't hurt... I cut the legs off and embossed this little one with Soft Fallen Snow embossing powder.


Attached to the front is a string of vintage ornaments.


Click... lights are on!


Open for the Holidays


Thanks for checking out my Holiday Inspiration with my Vintage Tree Lot Trailer using the Cranberry Christmas paper.  Don't forget to check out both DT's for weekly inspiration throughout November.


"Happy November everyone!  We have some fun things planned for you this month.  Welcome to our winter wonderland with DCWV and Eileen Hull!  All month long we will be showcasing DCWV papers used with Eileen Hull Sizzix Dies and other products.   The Inspiration Team and the DCWV design team are bringing you double the inspiration with our Winter Wonderland Blog Hop throughout November.  You can catch Inspiration Team Projects on Wednesdays and DCWV Designer Projects on Fridays."

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  1. Beautifully created Nicole lots of amazing details as always, love it xxx

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  2. Love it- feeling the need to deck out Scotty :-) Such a cute idea and those papers work great!

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  3. Great use of the papers Nicole, I love your fabulous little trailer, it is a joy to behold!!! xx

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  4. PS - thanks so much for joining in our Rustic Glam challenge at Anything But Cute, always lovely to see you there! Anne xx

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  5. Oh you are so brilliant, LOVE this Nicole! And where oh where did you find those coloured mini lights,they are the piece de resistance! Deb xo

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  6. Oh, for Heaven's sake, Nicole! This grabbed my eye at Anything But Cute, and I had to come over for the details! So happy I did! I love your kitschy trailer--and I mean that in a good way! So many fabulous details to look at, and this must have taken forever to make! Thank you for all your hard work and for entering this in our Rustic Glam challenge at Anything But Cute. Hugs! Sara Emily DT

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  7. Haha! I lived in a trailer like this and flanked it up for the holidays but yours look 1,000 times better! This is such a fun and unique design. All of the details are so well placed and merge together to create a stunning display. Anyone would be happy to live in this. The added lights are magical and that little open/close sign is is the icing on the camper! Wowzers and gorgeously stunning design!

    Thanks for joining us at Anything But Cute for our "Rustic Glam" challenge. Hugz. ~Niki DT

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  8. Oh my goodness, I could not love this more!! Your trailer looks amazing!! You decked it out perfectly!! I love every single detail you added!! Wow!! Spectacular!! Thanks so much for playing along at Anything But Cute for our Rustic Glam challenge!!

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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