Sunday, September 21, 2014

Camper Sweet Camper

I'm not a let's-go-camping kind of person, but if I were I think I'd prefer a retro camper over a tent any day.  It just seems like it would have more of the comforts of home.
But you know what really has all the comforts of home?   That's right, home.  That's why I don't go camping.

The Fine Print: All products by A Muse Studio.  Stamps--Happy Camper.  Cardstock--French Roast, sky, evergreen, wasabi and sugar.  Other Products--Tree die and French Roast baker's twine.


Sue said...

Hi Judy!! sorry I haven't been around commenting on your fab cards but hubby has been really ill...just catching up on all of them and as usual they are all fab!!! I'm like you not keen on camping lol lots of huggles Sue xxx

Julia Dunnit said...

Oh. And that's why I don't do camping. Although I love the idea of it, it's not for me. I need a butler. And a cook. And a maid. And still I live in hope.
The stamp is cute...anything 'homey' really appeals to me.

Sandy said...

Some campers (um... RVs, anyway) have way more comforts than home.
This is really a cute card.I like the sense of being camped out in the woods you give with your pine tree die cuts.

Carol L said...

Fun card with that little camper and those trees! We camped all the time when the kids were little, and had some fun times during those years! Thanks for the trip down memory lane :)

Irene said...

Hello Judy,

Brilliant card, it's just me in VinnieVan. Love the added touch of bakers twine.


505whimsygirl said...

hello Princess Judy,

Haa. I grew up camping a truly miss it. Our camper would be "retro" now! tee hee.

Your card is very cute, by the way.


Janeen said...

QUITE adorable

Jessi Fogan said...

More proof we might be related. I HATE CAMPING so much. Bugs. Ew. Sleeping on the ground? No thanks. Too old for that crap. The comforts of home are definitely where it's at. And yet, I find retro campers aesthetically pleasing. (So long as I don't have to stay in them. lol)

Irish Cherokee said...

I agree....most of the time. I sometimes wish I could just get out in the great out doors, 50 miles from my nearest neighbor and just vegetate. Not in a tent though. LOL.


Leslie Hanna said...

I don't like camping, either. Give me a hotel with electricity, a bed, and running water, please.

Squirrel x said...

So sweet. I can imagine being in that camper in the forest at night, with the pumas prowling around outside trying to work out how to open the canned food. Ooh, I just scared myself. Maybe I will stick to indoors. Hugs xx