The Roving Craft Shop is in full swing.

One of the reasons I chose to convert a 40' bus as a single traveler is because I wanted to build a workshop in the bus.  The last eight feet of the bus is a craft/work shop where I play and work.  I have a heat press for tee shirts and coffee mugs and other items I can sublimate.  I have a vinyl cutter/plotter where I make vechicle graphics.  I have a small wood lathe among other toys and tools.

It's mostly to calm an over active, restless mind.  But I can and do make a little traveling money while I play.  I'm setup to teach free craft lessons while on the road.  People can actually design and make their own gifts/projects and take them with them.  Or they can special order items and generally get them the same day if I have the items in stock.  They can also order online and I can ship from where ever I am.  

I sell on Etsy and Cafepress and several other online sites.  While I don't expect to get rich doing this, it is always a welcome site to get an email saying I have an order.

I have a blog at Roving Craft Shop and I'm also on Facebook.  Check me out if you get a chance.

Also, if you happen to be in the area we are roving, we now offer FREE individual craft classes where you can come to our shop and design and make your own gift creations and take them with you when you leave.
We are presently camped at the LO-HI RV Park in Deming, NM.  Email us  if you would like to make an appointment or just stop by the bus.
Look for this sign on either side of the bus.

Safe Travels and Happy Crafting

Leonard & Easy



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Comment by Leslie on January 6, 2016 at 11:29am
So cool! I'm planning to do the same with my '67 Oasis once it's done(: I'll go like your page and follow you. (;
Comment by Ray Hancock on December 23, 2015 at 12:06am

Merry Christmas

Comment by Samantha Turner on December 7, 2015 at 9:33am

Awww that sounds awesome !! what a creative/talented mind :)



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