Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Boring

As of twenty minutes ago, I am all done with my NAN orders.  Unfortunately, neither one of these last two pieces is particularly interesting.  Still, I have nothing better to blog about, so here they are!

The first item is a hunter style snaffle bridle.  It's nice, but it's more or less like every other hunter style snaffle bridle I've ever made.

When Sue was here, she asked how many model horses I have in my collection.  I told her that I have no idea, and she told me that I should count them.  She's probably right, but honestly, I don't want to know.

I feel the same way about hunter style snaffle bridles.  Part of me wonders how many I've made over the years, but most of me would prefer to maintain my ignorance!

Anyway, here's the most recent bridle.
Next up is a stock horse type number pocket pad.  I (jokingly) asked the owner if she wanted the number to be "666," and I was informed that modern research indicates that the true number of the devil is 616.  666 is a translation error.

Hmmm.  I guess you really do learn something new every day.

Here's the pad.  As you can see, there are no translation errors. 
Well, that's it for today.  Hopefully I'll have something more interesting tomorrow!

5 comments:

  1. Your work is always interesting, even if it is a simple project :)

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  2. If as the image name says, that's a Purdy bridle...where's the pink? :P

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    1. Contrary to popular belief, Tiffany owns a lot of "boring" Braymere tack. I tend to focus on her more colorful pieces simply because they're more interesting.

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  3. Ah, but to someone who doesn't HAVE one of your hunter style snaffle bridles....it's gold!!! : )

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