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  • How to decorate a horse stall for christmas
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    11-27-2012, 09:15 AM
Help w/ Stall Decorating Contest

Our barn is having a stall door decorating contest and my daughter is super excited to enter. However, I am not the most creative person when it comes up to ideas. The rules are that nothing used can be plugged in and the horse can't be able to reach anything (the doors have bars on the top half).

So any cool ideas? So far the only idea we came up with was decorating the door with what looks like the top of present boxes and then when you open each one there is a fact about the horse in the stall or pictures or something. The horse's stall she choose is one of her favorite lesson horses, George McFly (nickname George) and he is the only ASB at the barn. :)
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    11-27-2012, 10:47 AM
Thats a great idea!

I had one pop in my head... What about making a snow scene on the door and cutting out legs that look like they are running... So when he stands next to the door he makes the picture complete? Decorate with holly and Christmas stuff.

OR, incorporate your idea with above so it looks like he's climbing out of a box.

Good luck!!!
    11-27-2012, 05:49 PM
I like that idea of incorporating the horse into the scene. :)

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