Saturday, September 23, 2017


What is ‘glamping’?, you may ask.
Well… it’s a trend that offers outdoor enthusiasts an upgrade on rest and recreation known as glamorous camping. When you’re glamping, there’s no tent to pitch, no sleeping bag to unroll, no long journey to find a bathroom. Whether you’re staying in a tent, yurt, airstream, pod, igloo, hut, villa, cabin, cube, teepee or treehouse, glamping is a way to experience the great outdoors without sacrificing luxury. Sounds good, right?!
Using Canvas Corp supplies, I have made a couple of glamping inspired home decor elements like cushion cover and table setting… are you ready?

My husband and I were looking at new campers. I really liked the Retro ones, but I knew the hubby would never go for it. So the next best thing would be fun, retro placemats! Off to Canvas Corp I went because they always have the canvas products I need/want. While shopping, I noticed that there were Cutlery Holders, how cool is that! The Cutlery Holders went into my cart, as well as placemats and a pillow cover.

For my project, I used the following supplies:

Canvas Corp Canvas Placemat
Canvas Corp  Cutlery Holder
Canvas Corp Square Canvas Pillow Cover
Heat Transfer Vinyl
Silhouette Cameo
Silhouette Designer Software
Heat Press
E-6000 Fray Lock

To see the full tutorial on how I made these super cute projects, head on over to the Canvas Corp Blog!!

Have a crafty day ~ Deb


  1. This is totally amazing! I love everything you have done here in this post! I am afraid to try heat vinyl - there is much I can do with my Silhouette - but I have seen nightmare tutorials on using vinyl--- I guess it is practice -- when doing something like that Regina I think I need someone next to me teaching me --- rather than a video - what do I know? Fabulous and love the Retro look there! I can just see a Juke Box inside that camper with all the Oldies but Goodies -send a photo when that gets accomplished! LOL - blessings

    1. Thanks so much for your kind words!! I will be working on projects all winter to achieve my retro look. I will be posting photos as the projects get done, and then in the Spring I will post photos of the inside of the camper. As far as heat transfer goes, don't let it scare you!!! I have no horror stories to tell...its basically common sense. If you have any questions about heat transfer vinyl, feel free to email me at Have a blessed day