Bake Brownies In A Muffin Pan

Bake your brownies in a muffin pan to avoid crumbling and breaking when you cut them. This is so much easier and less messy. Baking them in a muffin pan makes this a good camping travel day snack for the car. It’s also great if you like the edges, which I do.

 

bake brownies in a muffin pan

How To Store Jewelry In The RV Camper

I don’t carry much jewelry in the RV, but I do like a few things. Here is how I store my jewelry in the camper:

Save those little ziploc bags you get buttons attached to clothing in or screws and things for assembly required items. They are perfect for earrings and small necklaces. You can usually buy several different sized zip bags at Walmart, Hobby Lobby and Michael’s in the beading area. I got all mine by saving them over time.

I keep all my jewelry in small separate bags, then bundle them together in a larger bag. I do keep some things that won’t get tangled up together like hoop earrings in one bag together for convenience. I keep the bagged jewelry stored in a drawer with my beauty supplies. It tucks nicely into a space in the corner of the drawer.

rv camper jewelry storage

rv camper jewelry storage

rv camper jewelry storage

 

 

 

 

Halloween Camping Milk Jug Ghosts

Mommy and I saved our milk jugs before Halloween to make these milk jug ghosts for campsite decorations during the Halloween season. You make them by cutting an opening in the back of the jug to stick votive candles or string lights into. Then, you draw faces with  black markers or cut faces out of black duct tape to stick on them. We tried both ways. It was a fun activity for me and a neat decoration for our Halloween campsite.

RV Kid Halloween 2012

Here is a gallery of my second Halloween in the RV. We went back to our hometown to trick-or-treat and spend time with family. My grandparents live on the same street as we used to, so I saw lots of my old neighbors.

I went as a Southern Belle for Halloween because my Mommy and Daddy are always saying that I talk and act like a Southern Belle. I loved the costume because it was fancy and pretty!

 

 

RV Kid, Mommy & Gidget

RV Kid & Mommy

RV Kid & Daddy

RV Kid & Mimi handing out candy.

 

RV Kid & Cousin after trick-or-treating. I was so tired.

This was my Halloween goodies from Mommy & Daddy. Notice that they didn’t give me any candy, which was probably a good idea since I got so much trick-or-treating. I got some Halloween stickers, glow necklaces, an Animal Planet coloring book and a crib and high chair for my baby dolls!

Mommy had all the lights turned off and the candle burning when I woke up to see my goodies.

 

Mommy and I saved our milk jugs before Halloween to make these milk jug ghosts for campsite decorations during the Halloween season. You make them by cutting an opening in the back of the jug to stick votive candles or string lights into. Then, you draw faces with  black markers or cut faces out of black duct tape to stick on them. We tried both ways. It was a fun activity for me and a neat decoration for our Halloween campsite.

 

We put an orange bulb in our bucket light, then drew a jack-o-lantern face on it with a dry erase marker for Halloween. You can put anything on your bucket light with a dry erase marker. It wipes right off!