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  • Plastic Wedding Horseshoes

    Im looking for a plastic horseshoe I can cover and decorate to give to my friend whos getting married soon.

    Can anyone suggest where I can find these?

    Many thanks
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  • #2
    plastic horseshoes

    Hi Chicab,
    I had this same problem last year, but found some in wedding flowers category on eBay,they were about £2.99 each, sorry can't remember the name of the shop.

    Good luck
    Garters

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    • #3
      Janice from Clip Clop Horseshoes (Rodeo Lady on here) makes real horseshoes and decorates them for weddings, anniversary, birthday etc. You could get in touch with her I can vouch for her horseshoes as I bought one for my inlaws Ruby Anniversary.

      HTH

      Cheers.

      Lisa

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      • #4
        I know that they do them in a cake shop in the center of Oxford, so im sure youd be able to find them in a cake shop anywhere.
        They do lots of sizes.
        Rudi

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        • #5
          Does it have to be plastic? Dalecraft do wooden ones that are super

          also thedevonwoodman on ebay does wooden ones

          Fiona
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          • #6
            Originally posted by garters View Post
            Hi Chicab,
            I had this same problem last year, but found some in wedding flowers category on eBay,they were about £2.99 each, sorry can't remember the name of the shop.

            Good luck
            Garters

            Hi there,

            Thanks for that. I'll have another look on ebay.
            www.lindasveils.com

            www.facebook.com/lindasveils

            http://www.misi.co.uk/lindasveils

            http://www.etsy.com/lindasveils

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            • #7
              Originally posted by candles by lisa View Post
              Janice from Clip Clop Horseshoes (Rodeo Lady on here) makes real horseshoes and decorates them for weddings, anniversary, birthday etc. You could get in touch with her I can vouch for her horseshoes as I bought one for my inlaws Ruby Anniversary.

              HTH

              Cheers.

              Lisa


              Hi Lisa,

              Thanks for that and Ive seen her horseshoes and they look really lovely. I really wanted to make up something myself but hers are a great idea.
              www.lindasveils.com

              www.facebook.com/lindasveils

              http://www.misi.co.uk/lindasveils

              http://www.etsy.com/lindasveils

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Rudi View Post
                I know that they do them in a cake shop in the center of Oxford, so im sure youd be able to find them in a cake shop anywhere.
                They do lots of sizes.
                Rudi

                Hi Rudi,

                Thank you for that. I didnt even think about cake shops so I guess thats another area to search.
                www.lindasveils.com

                www.facebook.com/lindasveils

                http://www.misi.co.uk/lindasveils

                http://www.etsy.com/lindasveils

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by samigail View Post
                  Does it have to be plastic? Dalecraft do wooden ones that are super

                  also thedevonwoodman on ebay does wooden ones

                  Fiona
                  Hi Fiona,

                  Many thanks for your help. Yes Ive seen the devon woodman on ebay and thats the kind of thing Im looking for. It doesnt have to be plastic as Im going to cover and decorate it so probably a wooden one would be better. I think a lot of the plastic ones have embossed decoration anyway dont they so I would be paying for this, only then to hide and cover up!!
                  www.lindasveils.com

                  www.facebook.com/lindasveils

                  http://www.misi.co.uk/lindasveils

                  http://www.etsy.com/lindasveils

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                  • #10
                    If you're looking for wooden horseshoe shapes, I would also recommend a member here, Kipper Workshops (Steve), who runs www.craftshapes.co.uk - excellent service all round.

                    Si.
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                    Decorative Pyrography for all Occasions - Author of "Woodburning with Style" (2010) and "Learn to Burn" (2013)
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                    • #11
                      I love craftshapes too, just done another order from them this mornig, fab service always received
                      They don't have horseshoes though, hence my minor defection to other places for those!
                      http://www.samigailsgifts.co.uk/
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by samigail View Post
                        I love craftshapes too, just done another order from them this mornig, fab service always received
                        They don't have horseshoes though, hence my minor defection to other places for those!
                        Drop Steve (Kipper Workshops) a line and let him know... I'm sure he'd do all he could to fill the gap in his stock if it meant winning back some more custom!

                        Si.
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                        • #13
                          yes, I did that, he was looking into it - bless him, what a star!

                          have you seen the craft blog on the craftshapes site where he is helping crafters sell their stuff with great articles etc. I love his website
                          http://www.samigailsgifts.co.uk/
                          Handmade personalised gifts for all occasions created by the art of pyrography
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                          • #14
                            a friend makes her horseshoes from the poly bases in the pisa packaging, covers them in fine lacy material and decorates them. they look great

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                            • #15
                              Have to admit that I am also a big fan of Clipclops horseshoes - I got one for my sisters ruby wedding anniversary and she was over the moon with it.

                              If you really want to make it yourself, have you thought about making one with clay?

                              Pauline
                              (this is on my list to begin next year to go with my toppes by the way!)
                              Personalised Wedding Cake Toppers

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