Printables are available for personal, non-commercial use only please! They are for fun – I do not make any money from these and will remove them if necessary or requested. 🙂
Making stuff for model horses is a fabulous way to procrastinate. I really should be doing other things right now, (like homework and laundry, for example) but wanted to stop and share these with you all.
First, stall cards. A barn I rode at a few times had these tacked to every stall door. I made them into miniatures, with space for the name of the horse, the owner’s name and number, the vet, and so on and so forth. I didn’t over complicate them with feeding schedules and all sorts of other things, because they’re TINY and filling in the existing blanks is tough enough.
I couldn’t choose which I liked best so you get three:
These are about 3/4 in long and 1/2 in high when printed. I “laminated” mine with a couple pieces of packing tape, then gave it a construction paper border.
I was thinking about other signs you would see around a barn or stableyard, and ended up with some horse crossing signs. Again, I couldn’t decide which I liked best so you get six to choose from:
I turned this file into a PDF, for ease of printing. Each side measures 1 1/2 in, and the color is much more road-sign-yellow when printed.
I guess I ought to quit playing around and get other things done now.