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post #1 of 8 Old 05-29-2013, 02:19 PM Thread Starter
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Signs for bridle hooks?

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I do not know if this is the appropriate section to put this thread in, but it seemed the most fitting to me. Sorry if it should be somewhere else!

I used to ride/work at a stable that had dry erase signs above the bridle hooks that said "______'s BRIDLE". I thought they were pretty nice, but have not been able to find any like it on the Internet, much less in the tack stores. I have searched and searched, but haven't found any. If they don't make them anymore, do any of you know of any other (preferably dry erase) small signs that would work?

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You could try the dollar store, or an office supply store. One barn I was at just used white duct tape above the hook.
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You could try the dollar store, or an office supply store. One barn I was at just used white duct tape above the hook.
I looked at Wal-Mart and K-Mart and they didn't really have any whiteboards small enough, but I think I'm going to take a look at Dollar General and Office Max/Depot. Years ago at Target I bought some tiny dry erase magnets by Boone in the $1 section, but I have no clue what happened to them. I'll probably look in the $1 at Target again!

I tried duct tape at one point but it just kept peeling, but it may have been old and less tacky/grippy. Of course, I put it on the wood above the hooks, so maybe that's why.

Thanks for the advice!
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Hello,

I do not know if this is the appropriate section to put this thread in, but it seemed the most fitting to me. Sorry if it should be somewhere else!

I used to ride/work at a stable that had dry erase signs above the bridle hooks that said "______'s BRIDLE". I thought they were pretty nice, but have not been able to find any like it on the Internet, much less in the tack stores. I have searched and searched, but haven't found any. If they don't make them anymore, do any of you know of any other (preferably dry erase) small signs that would work?

Thanks,
Bonyroany
Take a bigger dry erase board and take the framing off and then cut the board itself into the size blocks you want for above the bridles. Take the framing you took off the big board and cut it to fit around the blocks and put it back on. Custom!
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Take a bigger dry erase board and take the framing off and then cut the board itself into the size blocks you want for above the bridles. Take the framing you took off the big board and cut it to fit around the blocks and put it back on. Custom!
That's a great idea! Thank you for the advice!
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I was at Office Depot the other day and they had dry erase boards of all different sizes there. I bet Office Max would have them too.
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I was at Office Depot the other day and they had dry erase boards of all different sizes there. I bet Office Max would have them too.
I'll check them out when I get the chance! Thanks for your advice!
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You can also use paint from home depot or Lowe's. It comes in chalk board and dry erase!
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