Day 7 is Share your favourite piece in your model horse collection.
Hmmm… that’s a hard one! I have quite a few favourite horses, so I’m going to narrow it down to the three that I could never part with. The first one would be Midas, my glossy Peter Stone gifted to me by a very good friend. This is my favourite Stone mold, and he has a beautiful colour, but it’s the memories attached to him that are really special!
Sorry it’s a few days late!
Day five is Create something for your models or try a new skill.
Recently I’ve been using crystals on my tack, so I thought I’d share some of my new pieces on this post! First I made a purple diamonte halter for Doodlebug,
Day 2 is Name your model or barn.
All my horses have the prefix CWS (Cedar Wood Stables) in front of their show name, but I do have a few that don’t have a stable or pet name.
Meet CWS Cambridge Blue. This gorgeous guy came to live with me after my first end-of-year exams. I wanted a show name that was classy and reflected school in some way. His stable name is Cambridge, and he has lots of pet names (He is a riding school pony after all!) Some of his pet names are Cam, Cammy, Blue, Bluey, Cam-cam… Oh you get the idea! 😂
Here is his colour scheme
I’m also combining day three in this post because i forgot to do Day 2 yesterday! (Eeeek!)
Day Three is Be a Model Horse.
If I were a model horse, I think I would be on the Wintersong mold, the Cleaveland Bay mold or the Bluegrass Bandit mold. For colour, something like a loud frame overo or dark bay blanket appy. Oh, and definitely I would have blue eyes and hoof stripes! 😉