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Happy December 1st. Today I am going to show you our Christmas camper tour and how I decorated our home on wheels for the holidays. I am joining many other talented blogger friends on a holidays blog hop hosted by Krista at The Happy Housie so if you are here for inspiration you will get a load of it for sure.

Cute Golden Doodle in camper

Welcome to those who hopped over from Maison De Cinq. Sheila’s holiday home is always so festive and gorgeous – well, mine will be a bit different in style as it is a mobile home tour that I am sharing today. But I hope will enjoy our mini Christmas tour in the camper.

This will be our second Christmas on the road but it will be our very first year not having a real tree. I love the smell and the look of a real tree.

Are you ready to see our Christmas Camper?

Christmas Camper decoration

Decorating for the holidays while full-time traveling is nothing like decorating a traditional home. Trust me, it’s a lot easier because I can hardly display things anywhere. I have a few little boxes of decorations with me but that’s about it. I have to be mindful about what I put out on my shelves ( I don’t have many:-)) as we move locations every week or two.

PrimeTime Crusader festive christmas decor

I added lots of fresh greenery to my decor ( well, to make it up for the real tree) and decor items that are nonbreakable – of course.:-) Such as some paper bag stars and DIY wreaths.

Christmas Camper
Flocked Christmas tree in a camper

Our living area is a pretty decent size but we are still limited with space. Grabbed this small 5 feet tall flocked tree from Five Below and I hung my hand-painted ornaments on it.

Hand-painted Christmas Ornaments
Fresh greenery in christmas camper

I love that the decor it’s not overwhelming or too busy. You can imagine living here full time. Once my boys are back from their biking shenanigans this camper looks nothing like these pictures haha. It only takes a few minutes to make the camper messy.

Fairy lights in camper
Mantel in camper
Christmas Camper Mantel

The one thing I brought with us for this trip was the fairy lights that I got a few years ago. It is battery operated and it looks amazing during the night in the camper. Super cozy and warm.

Fairy lights in rv

I hope you enjoyed this mini Christmas camper tour. Be sure to visit A Pop of Pretty.

This week is Christmas Home Tour Week! Each day this week, some talented bloggers are sharing their tours with you – be sure to hop around and see what they’ve got in store! You can visit their posts by clicking on the links below the images. Sharing with me today…


Maison de Pax / Stacy Risenmay / Maison de Cinq

Place of My Taste / A Pop of Pretty / The Happy Housie

And sharing the rest of the week…


The Happy Housie / Inspiration for Moms / Joanna Anastasia

She Gave it a Go / Modern Glam / Taryn Whiteaker Designs


Rambling Renovators / Life is a Party / Clean and Scentsible

House by Hoff / Rooms for Rent / The Happy Housie


Grace in My Space / All Things with Purpose / Life is Better at Home

The Tattered Pew / A Pretty Life in the Suburbs / Just a Girl and Her Blog


This is Simplicite / Deeply Southern Home / Lemon Thistle

Love Create Celebrate / Sincerely, Marie Designs / The Happy Housie

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  1. I love what you’ve done with this small space so much. Just shows that you don’t have to have big house to have an amazing and festive space. I notice cats in your photo. Are they good travelers or do they try to escape? I would love to try this one day but afraid our cats would bolt.

    1. Thank you- I have one cat and she never tried to escape during our one and a half year trip so far. but we also diligent to close the door behind us every time:-)

  2. How magical!! Those lights on the ceiling are amazing with the hanging snowflakes. It’s so welcoming and cozy, you would never know it was a trailer. Have a very Merry Christmas on the road! 🙂

  3. This is the cutest thing I have ever seen…I didn’t even know I needed to see a camper decorated for Christmas, but I really really did! This is fantastic…you have done an amazing job Aniko!

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