Last year Breyer had me design a prototype for a set of show drapes to fit their wood barns. It's taken me the majority of the year, but now I finally have these in hand, and I'm so excited!! I got two, one to keep in box and one to set up because I know … Continue reading Show Drapes (finally) in hand!
Earlier this month I finished a set of ribbon pillows for Jennifer's birthday: Not a bay Bristol bowl, but I'm so happy she liked loved them anyway. 😀 Ever since then I've had ribbons on my mind. I've made mini NAN and Breyerfest inspired ribbons, and today, a set of basic horse show ribbons. The … Continue reading Show Ribbons 2.0
My to-do list is huge and I have in-progress pieces all over the place, so it only made sense to start something else. A form of procrastination, I think. Last year I purchased a Breyer truck and trailer lot from someone locally. The price was too good to pass up, and even though the adult … Continue reading Trailer Organizing
Recently I was inspired to make hay bags for my models, and have turned it into a tutorial for you all. This time I included Traditional, Classic and Schleich sizes on the pattern. 🙂 You will need: The Pattern - can't open a PDF? Download this - it's free! Fabric (I use cotton as it's easy … Continue reading Tutorial: Hay Bags
A couple weeks ago I stumbled across Enterprise Props. I had never heard of this prop maker, and going through their shop I felt like a kid in a candy store. I may have gone a little overboard with my order(s)! XD On my PC, I have a folder full of real horse items I'd … Continue reading Enterprise Props