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post #21 of 95 Old 09-01-2012, 08:48 PM
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I might be interested in some custom ones too, if the price is right...
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post #22 of 95 Old 09-01-2012, 10:25 PM
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For a good price, I REALLY want a custom set for the shows :p
Would you be able to provide both hard and soft brushes? I think you could make some cool custom grooming kits if so :)

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post #23 of 95 Old 09-02-2012, 10:48 AM
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Have you put a cover over them to protect the paint?

They sell it at craft stores. It comes in a spray can. You spray the protective coating on and it watrproofs the art, as well as keeps it from cracking.
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Love the idea of a custom made brush! How much are they?
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post #25 of 95 Old 09-02-2012, 10:59 AM
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I would definitely buy one if they weren't too crazy expensive! Have you thought about an Etsy shop?
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post #26 of 95 Old 09-02-2012, 03:01 PM Thread Starter
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Thank you all SO much for the all the awesome feedback!!

Usually the prices for brushes range $12-$30, but since I got so much positive feedback, mention that you saw my brushes on Horse Forum and the prices will be a bit cheaper. So here's the price breakdown (grooming sets will be a bit cheaper, so contact me for more details on a full set):

$25 for a large natural bristled brush
$22 for a large synthetic bristle brush
$ 20 for a small natual bristled brush
$18 for a small synthetic brush
$12 for a small face brush (synthetic or natural)

I will do custom brushes, with your horse's head on it, name, barn color, your colors...

Also, I make horse themed jewelry for horse lovers, so they make great gifts for your friends who don't own horses! Prices range from $12-$20!!




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post #27 of 95 Old 09-03-2012, 11:27 AM
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What a great idea! We like to keep seperate brushes for the horses and it's always a pain when they get mixed up. AND...what a great idea for Christmas and birthday gifts for friends!

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post #28 of 95 Old 09-03-2012, 01:10 PM
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i'd love to get a set of brushes for my horse especially since most of his brushes are so old already. i might as well invest in something that's special made for him. what kind of prices are you giving for a complete set of brushes (stiff, soft, face, etc.)? also - where do you actually sell these? maybe i missed it - is there an online store or are you just selling through this thread?
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post #29 of 95 Old 09-03-2012, 01:16 PM
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I think they are darling!!! Don't know what kind of paint you are using but use the toughest paint you can get. I used to work for Sherwin Williams for 10 years so I know a little about paint! Their Duration paint is actually considered a "coating" and is tough as nails. It is expensive (approximately $20 per quart but ask if they have any "oops" Duration. You don't have the choice of color but it is generally about $5. Varnish it with their Deck stuff. It will be as tough as boots then.
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post #30 of 95 Old 09-03-2012, 01:47 PM
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I like them. :) I'd probably lose mine though...All my brushes go poof...

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