NEW Forever-green Friesian Horse Head Wreaths!

Friesian inspired Horse Head Wreath now made with artificial materials

Friesian inspired Horse Head Wreaths can now be made with artificial materials to last for many years or to display year round!

Introducing artificial pine Friesian Horse Head Wreaths!

My real pine Friesian inspired Horse Head Wreaths from last year were an instant hit! They were featured by the wicked cool Counter-Canter Culture website, graced a global holiday newsletter of Nanric, an equine podiatry company, and were even on the front cover of NorthWest Rider Magazine! They were so popular they quickly sold out! Many people had asked if I could make them with artificial materials so they could be used for many years — and after much experimenting, the answer is now YES! But I only have time to make these now and there is a limit to how many artificial wreaths I can fit into my schedule! Christmas may seem far away, but I’ll be too busy later in the year to make these and I’ll only be making the live pine Horse Head Wreaths then!

Just like my original fresh pine wreaths, these long lasting artificial ones are inspired by my Friesian mare and I custom create each wreath by hand. Every horse is one-of-a-kind and made with love, attention to detail and portrays an air of holiday elegance. They are great for the home, barn or tack rooms – and make unique gifts for horse lovers, trainers and barn owners! And now they can be used over and over again every year! Some people even keep them on display all year long!

These are popular and there is a limit to how many I can create, so ordering now will avoid disappointment. For more details and to order, see them here at my Mystic Mare Etsy shop or order directly from me here!

Thanks!

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One Response to NEW Forever-green Friesian Horse Head Wreaths!

  1. sjsutton says:

    Reblogged this on Scott's Weblog.

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