You may have noticed a renewed enthusiasm for my caravan makeover with more and more project photos appearing on the blog over the past month. Well that’s all thanks to Lisa Mora, the author of Vintage Caravan Style and the interview I published with her last month. She’s the queen of all things vintage and caravanny and when I had the chance to talk to the editor of Vintage Caravan Magazine I was thoroughly inspired to crack on with my own renovation and create a vintage caravan that I could be proud of.
After chatting with Lisa I couldn’t wait to get my hands on the latest issue of Vintage Caravan Magazine and have a relaxing read of the fabulous articles while drooling all over the gorgeous photos of completed renovations. I took a cuppa out to my caravan to flick through the pages of readers’ projects and marvelled at how different the designs were from one caravan to the next. It is interesting to see just how personal the projects are – totally reflecting the personalities of the owners – and how much time and effort can be poured into their labour of love. I’m hoping my caravan will eventually end up in the pages of the famous magazine and I’ll carry on sharing news of my project with you all over the coming months.
I’m pleased to be able to share this famous magazine with you because the lovely Lisa sent me an extra copy to give away to my fabulous readers. For the chance to get your hands on the current issue of Vintage Caravan Magazine all the way from Australia there are plenty of ways to earn entries below:
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