Thursday, April 30, 2020

Camping In The Backyard

Vintage Real Photograph 
Postcard of Family Picnic ~1907
Feeling Bummed Out? Missing a Family Vacation? Why not try a stay-cation and camp with the family?!  All that is needed is a backyard, porch or even your living room (if you don't have a living space outside) and a bit of an imagination.  I have been seeing some amazing Backyard Camping by families all across the US.  Camping a bit too much? try a backyard picnic; same principle just less cleanup.

Families have been enjoying these simple adventures in nature for years.

Here are some Links to get your imagination going for your own great backyard camping.

To get you started lets look at these great finds with our nature theme, hand crafted or created by real artists!  It is always time to decorate and accessorize!  Lets go Backyard Camping!!!! (or picnic)


watercolorsNmore said...

Thanks Colleen for posting my Cat Art card in your collection.
Will promote.

Butterfly In The Attic said...

Promoted the post will be back after work to promote each of you more

Linda B said...

Love the content, very creative. Thanks for the promo. Pinned all Mothers Day. Tweeting.

Julie l. Cleveland said...

Thank you so much for including my poster of the pond that was in front of our Montana cabin. Love the camping idea :) Off to share everyone's wonderful nature inspired gifts.

Pamela Baker said...

What a wonderful idea for a Blog. As we are all housebound, just thinking of being out in the fresh air is good enough. Thank you for including my little Moccasins in your Blog. Surely a Blog to brighten our day!

ButterflyInTheAttic said...

Tweet, posted to my fb group, pinned and add to mix each item and the post

CraftingMemories1 said...

Thank you, Colleen, for including my Spa Gift Set in your blog.
Shared on Pinterest: and Twitter: @dusamae

Powell River Books said...

Some good ideas. We are stuck in a small condo so our outdoor activity is walking in the neighbourhood. Parks are reopening so I'm looking forward to walking in a new location once in a while. - Margy