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post #1 of 15 Old 10-27-2010, 01:43 PM Thread Starter
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Thumbs up Making Rythem Beads/Necklaces. Fundraiser!! Please Help Out!!

Hi Horse Forum,
Well we are going to need your help! Me and a few friends have gotten together and we have decided to make Rythem Beads/Necklaces for your horses. But the whole point behind making them is each and every bead color has its own meaning. Well we thought it would be PERFECT to make these and donate ALL proceeds to Bail a horse out of the kill pen.
There are 8,000 horses per year that get sent to slaughter. Why not donate and help lower that number?!? The horses are sending out a DESPERATE SOS. So please help them gain there freedom!!

Meaning of the Colors:

Red -- Ambitious, energetic, extroverted

Pink -- Affectionate, compassionate, romantic

Maroon -- Sensuous, friendly, emotional

Orange -- Fun-loving, action-oriented, competent

Peach -- Gentle, charitable, enthusiastic

Yellow -- Optimistic, expressive, people-oriented

Mint green -- Modest, insightful, kind-hearted

Apple green -- Innovative, adventuresome, self-motivated

Green -- Benevolent, service-oriented, scientific

Teal -- Idealistic, faithful, sentimental

Light blue -- creative, perceptive, imaginative

Dark Blue -- Intelligent, responsible, self-reliant

Mauve -- Delicate, reserved, sensitive

Purple -- Intuitive, spiritual, insightful

Beige -- Practical, well-adjusted, steadfast

Brown -- Down to earth, honest, supportive

Black -- Disciplined, strong-willed, opinionated

White -- Individualistic, lonely, low self-esteem

Gray -- Passive, noncommittal, stressed

Silver -- Honorable, chivalrous, romantic

Gold -- Idealistic, noble, successful

Please PM me for yours TODAY!! Help save a Life!!

I will be using 100% Hemp and pony beads and an alligator clip for the ends. I will also be adding silver bells on the ends. But feel free to PM me to create your own. If I make a necklace I will need measurements from your horses withers to top of breast area. If you want rythem beads made for your horses mane I will be making mane clips 8 inches long not counting the clip its self.

Rythem Mane Beads- $12 shipped.
Necklaces- $20 shipped.

I will post pics up of some I have made soon!
Thanks for reading and your support against horse slaughter!
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post #2 of 15 Old 10-27-2010, 02:37 PM
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How long are you guys doing this?
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post #3 of 15 Old 10-27-2010, 02:45 PM Thread Starter
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Depending on how we do as far as getting money raised. We want to do it weekly. Since there will be and auction each Wed for kill pen horses. But the more we sell the better!
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How wonderful!
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Thank you! :)
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bumping this up. PLEASE help out!!
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I'm just curious, what will happen to the horse after you buy it out of the kill pen? Will you guys just feed them up and find new homes for them? Do you have some homes lined up? Train and resell? Keep for yourselves?

The beads are very pretty btw. What types of payment to you accept?
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post #9 of 15 Old 10-27-2010, 04:26 PM Thread Starter
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I'm just curious, what will happen to the horse after you buy it out of the kill pen? Will you guys just feed them up and find new homes for them? Do you have some homes lined up? Train and resell? Keep for yourselves?

The beads are very pretty btw. What types of payment to you accept?
That is a good question, sorry I didnt put it up before. But anyway.. There are Rescues that would like people to donate to help them get the horses out. The Rescues do have some people lined up to give homes to each horse they get out.
Now, we would like to do both. Donate to a rescue to help them get some out and also pull one out for our selfs. There are just to many horses in the kill pens. The horse we get WILL NOT BE FOR RESALE! We want to give a kill pen horse a good home. But when we donate to the rescues they do have homes lined up for these horses!

Please NOTE that we are doing this to help these poor horses not to RESALE them!!
Thanks,

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post #10 of 15 Old 10-27-2010, 04:40 PM
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That is a very great idea! Goodluck :]
What forms of payment do you accept? Maybe I missed it, but I read over the posts and couldn't find it. XD

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