Owning and showing horses is expensive! My goal is to make fun, unique items for horse lovers. Everything I make to sell are items that I have made and use myself: from little zippered pouches to keep make up in at shows, everyday polo wraps, to horse related decor for the home, and stall signs to spotlight your horse at shows (or hang on the wall)! Each dollar I make is reinvested into new projects and, of course, supporting my horsey lifestyle. I love planning new projects with customers, but if you just want to shop around, check out my Etsy shop!
“Luck comes to those who work for it” This sign is a reminder that hardwork pays off!
One of my favorite projects is making zippered pouches or cosmetic bags. The horse head design is my favorite, but each bag is still one of a kind!
An example of my polo wraps! I hand-painted the logo onto the velcro.
Another version of the Homemade Horseman Cosmetic Bag is made with quality Duck Canvas. This one was designed with Spring in mind and features bright colors, a horse head applique, and bright patterned lining.
I started selling polos after making a pair for myself then realizing I had a ton of fabric leftover! I love taking color requests for new polos. There are so many fun colors and patterns out there!
This sign hangs in my spare room next to my ribbons and show photos. It is a wonderful reminder of how lucky I am to have horses in my life. I can custom make a sign like this for you!
Stalls signs can really make your horse stand out at a show. I love creating a design for each hrose.
These two are artwork examples which currently hang in my own home. Silhouette art with a horse theme is classy and beautiful! I can even make similar hand cut artwork for you based on your own photos.
Just one more version of the Homemade Horseman Cosmetic Bag is this square bag. Made with a soft canvas shell and colorful lining. This bag features hand-embroidered horse shoes.
This double applique zippered pouch shows off the love of horses!
This vintage dish has been hand-colored and re-purposed into a sweet jewelry dish.