Patterned Bell Boots

Recently I made a few more patterns for custom fabric, and thought it would be possible to shrink them down for bell boots. I’m really happy that it worked!

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The boots have been in pieces all week, and I literally had to force myself to sit down and finish them today. I’ve been so distracted with other things and ideas and…

Anyway, here they all are:

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Pink Leopard and Leopard:

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Zebra and tie-dye:

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Green and pink camo:

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Rainbow stars and blue/white stars:

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And flames!

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I’ve been wanting to make a flame pattern for a while now so I’m happy this one worked ok. I’m definitely planning on getting the new patterns printed for saddle pads, because I have a thing for matchy-matchy sets on horses. XD

For example…

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I still haven’t made this poor pad wear leathers, aghhhh

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These particular boots are not for sale as they were tests, but I’m happy with them so I’ll be making more in the future.

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SMB by Rachel Fail

21 thoughts on “Patterned Bell Boots

    1. No, but I’d like to make one. 🙂 The models I used are Breyer’s Roxy and Cedric (on the Show Jumping Warmblood mold)

    1. I *think* it’s the “Misty Look” theme, but it’s old and possibly not available anymore. I remember there being an updated version a few years back, but I never switched.

    1. I have very little experience with painting so I’m afraid I don’t know what to recommend! A lot of people start out with acrylics as they have a faster drying time than oils, but I think it comes down to personal preference and experimenting with different mediums. 🙂

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