Saturday, November 16, 2013
Sunday, October 13, 2013
Dear Sir or Madame,
As a administrator of a few very successful blogs, pages and groups it has come to my attention there are large groups of women and men alike craving a network television show about vintage caravans.
People across the U.S. and abroad from all walks of life are scavenging hunting land and backyards passionately looking for that perfect diamond in the rough. We are glamping them up with fine china, chandeliers, and 500 thread~count Egyptian cotton sheets. Not only rekindling childhood memories, but also creating new ones with family and friends.
Vintage trailerittes are out there living their dreams taking their rescued vintage trailers back out on the road again.They are traveling to new destinations, enjoying new adventures, as well as appreciating nature, and living a life with less stress that includes their family and pets.
In conclusion I know there is a opportunity to break into this untapped resource with a new network show. My hope is that you feel the same way. Let's give the growing number of vintage caravan enthusiasts what they are craving !
Here are some name options:
Bitches with Hitches TM
#1 . Contestants are challenged to glam up their vintage caravans using only recycled materials.Winner determined by the most creative functional use of found items on a small cash budget.
#2 . I am given a small cash budget to scavenge items from a flea market to extreme makeover a vintage trailer in said amount time. It must be glamorous as well as functional. Every episode features a new trailer with a different style. Said trailer could then be sold for profit to maybe a charity.
#3. I travel across country using Route 66 ( maybe in my vintage trailer) looking for vintage trailers that have been re loved to showcase in episodes.
I appreciate your time and consideration .If you are interested in learning more or contacting me , I can be reached at email@example.com.
or: Deidrea Ann
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Friday, August 16, 2013
I really was looking to get a beautiful chandelier over the sink in my 1963 Shasta. All of the ones I found were made of plastic prisms. I just don't feel they have the same sparkle as the cut glass ones. Plus my intention when I brought my 'TIN TIARA" home was to use all recycled and repurposed materials. I also want an option other than electricity in case I ever want to "boondock".
So off to the craft room I went to see what I could come up with. I found an old Sparrow lantern in the garage (fire engine red). Red was not going to work, so I took the glass out, and painted it off white, then antqued it with mocha glaze. The rest is a blurr of wire, glue and misc. gems. Her is how she turned out...
You can go to Michaels or Hobby Lobby, and anywhere with jewelry making supplies, get some thin wire, and drill holes where you want bling. If you glue anything onto it, use E6000 glue , and only use where it doesn't get really hot.....Good luck! Stop by my group, and show us yours, we would love to see it! Bitches with Hitches