Monday, November 28, 2011

Come on IN...side "Tin Gypsy"

Oh-my-SWEET GYPSY!! As I ponder how far my sweet girl has come...the proof is really in the pictures...

Won't you join me on this tour of where "Tin Gypsy" has been and where she's going...






You've come a LONG way BABY!!!

I am finally able to kick up my BOOTS and enjoy the fruits of my LABOR!

Welcome, to the Gypsy Glamper!!!

Shabby comfort


Super Shabby Chandy!
love, love

The front kitchen with all the "PINK" bells and whistles ;)



My girl is as rugged as she is refined...

Super Shabby Chandy...in the kitchen

She is not entirely finished...as I have a few tweaks left, such as, finishing the croc hide insets, placing the ceiling tin and wallpaper.

A handful of finishing touches and she will be complete!!!

Thank you for stopping by to take a look inside my pretty girl! We hope to meet you one day on the Gypsy trail!

Always remember...


xoxo
Peace, Love, and Tin Gypsies!!!

19 comments:

Barbara said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE your caravan! Oh, how I wish I had one...someday...
xx

Alana said...

She's GORGEOUS!!! Hope to share a pitcher of lemon drop martinis with you at some Glamping gathering someday!

-Alana
http://www.loyalorderoftheglamper.com

Holly Loves Art said...

Well isn't this just the most precious thing ever? I adore it! Glamping at its best for sure!
Happy holidays!
Holly

Kelle said...

She's stunning!! I love everything you have done.

AlphaBetsy said...

Gorgeous!!! I love the colors and decorating you did. Have a lot of fun.

Vintage Green said...

Love it! Great Job!!
It's especially fun for me to see yours because it's the same layout as mine. That will be my next spring project. Can I ask about the croc insets? What is that?

Happy holidays to you!!
Gayle

CINNIBONBON said...

Totally love this!! I'm in the market for my own Tin!! Yet I'm a bit worried what I'd even do with her!!! LOL. A couple of gal pals and I want to use them as art studios and bounce around from craft fair to craft fair!! I dont know if I have the guts that it takes..yours is inspirational!!

Annie said...

Oh she is such a beauty! Lovely work!

Annie
www.lazyjoranch.com

calamityjaneslifestyle.blogspot.com said...

My Dear Robin!

Hey girlfriend! Love what you have done! You have done an incredible job! You must travel this way real soon. I so miss your smiling face.

~Joyce aka Calamity Janes

Debbie said...

I love what you've done to the insides of this little gypsy!! I had to stop working on my 1968 "Ideal" since the weather has changed and its to cold. But my honey got me a space heater and plugged the old girl in and now "Tootsies, Painted Lady" is ready for me to start work again!!

I so like all the pink and the chandler, too cool!!!

Debbie
x0x0x

Bohemian said...

A Magnificent Transformation the Tin Gypsy has undergone!

I've still got The Man in search of my Tin Gypsy Waggon... there have been some interesting possibilities and my Hope for 2012 is that I shall finally obtain my Vardo Vision Travelling Studio... a Dream come True!!!

Thanks for the Inspirational Post of yours... LOVE IT!!

Merry Christmas from the Arizona Desert... Dawn... The Bohemian

Annette said...

We have our camper at a year-round campground, meaning we don't have to move it into storage for the Winter months, right along the Mississippi River. We are on the Illinois side and can look straight across and see the Iowa shore line. Anyway, that is one SWEET lookin' camper! I love your pink boots too! Keep on havin' fun!! ;)

Christine said...

What A Beautiful ReDo! I have to show you off on my blog..Sorry it took me so long to find you...will be checking on your Glamping fun and decor

Alison Miller said...

I am deeply, irrevocably, in love with your Gypsy camper! My husband and I have been on the road traveling since May 2009, and I've always told him that I'd never want a trailer. Yours could change my mind easily, though I have to wonder if my very loving husband would be able to manage in such pinkness. Me, I'd be happier and more content than I've ever been, if we had a "suite" such as yours! What a beautiful job-I am pink with envy! Maybe we'll pass each other on the road~

Ornate Splendor said...

Inspirational Redo! The mix of pink, white and crock hide are fantastic. And that chandelier makes me swoon....*sigh*...lovely!

Lucy said...

I love your Gypsy Trailer. I was wondering, how much of the work was done by you and how much was was paid for? It is so cool, but I have a hard time finishing this kind of project. Now if I could hire out some of it I do have a better change of making this goal. and I have looked at newer one, truely there just so hideous, ugly,not girly at all. Please write a short book from start to finish. For people like us. thanks to posting

girlbabybear said...

love this, it is Pink, my fav color. keep up the great work.

Diana Pike said...

I love what you have done. One question. How did you paint the sink and with what? I did my icebox and stove with teal engine paint but am stumped with how to do the sink!

mymonster said...

Wow, how impressive is your pink camper. A real life size rags to riches. That must have cost a pretty penny to make all that possible, but well spent. Lovely, cozy creation and beautifully tasteful.