So I've started to look into entering photo shows, but for that I need a "stage" of course! So today I went to Hobby Lobby and Michael's for some supplies, and also sent a photo background to be printed on matte paper by Zazzle (hopefully not too large a print, we'll see.)
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Updated 06-14-2015 at 10:02 PM by Marina
As I get more into the world of Breyer model horses, I’ve realized that I have a soft spot for vintage models, though I’m not sure of their live show worthiness? I don’t actually own any –yet– but the more photos I see the more I find them charming. I contacted a very nice seller on MH$P in regards to this cute little set of America’s Wild Mustangs:
I made an offer on a whim since I couldn’t afford the actual asking price and the
Updated 06-14-2015 at 10:03 PM by Marina
Just a quick little entry to post about my most recent purchase! A cute little Classic Warmblood foal. This one was from M. Bieker ([URL="http://www.modelhorsesalespages.com/searchlist.asp?Accid=7228"]here[/URL] is her MH$P page if you’d like to see the rest of her offers –I got this guy for $10 PPD.) Should be shipped to me today. ^_^
Julien and Sophia arrived in the mail two days ago. I had a visitor so I didn’t have a chance to post about this new addition to my herd until now. Here’s some pics and info.
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I bought this Spotted Athlete Chestnut Appaloosa a few weeks ago, but forgot to post about it. I’m not terribly fond of this model but all I owned were Classic colts and I felt I needed to add a grown-up horse to my herd… :-) There are three now, and four colts.
Like the rest of my horses he has yet to be named.
I think I need to think of some sort of backstory for my stables, or what kind of work