Check out these 6 craft ideas for your child using items found in nature.
If you’re a creative traveler, you’ll love the Buddha Board. It uses water instead of paint to create masterpieces that fade away.
Creating a logo for your rig is a fun way to show off your personality. Even if you’re not a designer, there are several ways you can create a unique icon for on-the-road communication.
If you find it difficult to throw away those little Altoids tins, here are six camping and RV kits you can make from the handy, hinged boxes.
This inexpensive DIY paper towel holder was for a fiberglass trailer, but it can work for anyone who doesn’t want to drill holes in their RV kitchen.
From printable maps and state flags to illustrations and embroidery, there are many creative ways to document your travels through the states.
There are hundreds of ways to use a 5-gallon bucket in your RV. These are just five of the things you can do with this handy tool on the road.
Traveling the country full-time is exciting, but that doesn’t take away from the need for a hobby. Here are a few fun hobbies that go well with RV living.
A dining table is the workhorse of the RV and rarely are they a thing of beauty. Here are five easy ways to makeover your RV’s eating space.
Magnets come in all shapes, sizes, and strengths. With such a large variety of hooks, strips, and even paint, DIY projects just got more interesting.