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    05-31-2010, 01:05 AM
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Cool I have like 20 horse bits I need to find a better way to display.

So I have like 13 horse bits I usually display on my bedroom window ledge. I have an eggbutt, a loose-ring, a D-ring, a high-port, training snaffle, regular Western snaffles, two Western curbs, a harsh Western snaffle.....all of which belonged to former horses. The loose-ring is from a Thoroughbred I owned, the harsh one is from my current gelding who's since learned to be lighter on the aids, etc etc etc. Any ideas on how to display them? I used to have them on my windowsill and it looked really cool. But I put screens in the window for summer so there's not enough room. Any ideas for thr creative people out there??

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    06-20-2010, 01:51 AM
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How about you get a big peice of thin wood and put some nails into it from which you can hang the bits from. With a pencil outline where you want them to hang and then decorate the board with photos of your old horses, etc. Paint the nails so they don't look boring, lean the board against your wall and hang the bits. Great way that's bright and fun and you don't have to put any holes in your bedroom wall :) Just make sure you cut off the nails from the back so they don't poke out. May even be better to buy those stick on hooks, a lot safer and less work and still paint-able.
     
    06-20-2010, 02:08 PM
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Showing
Thanks, that's a really good idea!
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