Old camper goes from disaster to dream shack

What started with a messy room that neither Shaylee nor her parents were happy with has resulted in a decrepit camper that one girl, a dream, some money, a lot of hard work (including babysitting to earn that money), and helpful parents transformed into a very cool crafting area and hangout space. Shaylee Serr says that she has been interested in crafting her whole life. In fact, she can’t remember a time when she wasn’t interested in making things. Over the years, her passion turned into a bit of a problem between her and her parents, Justin and Joy, because her room was such a mess from all of her crafting supplies. She had even started to convert her closet into a crafting desk because, after all, what does a girl need a closet for? Shaylee clearly needed more space, but building a shed wasn’t a feasible idea. That’s when she got the idea to buy an old camper and convert it into the space she needed.

 

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