Children’s Chaps and Repurposed Horseshoes
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If you’ve been following me a while you might remember how I wrote about projects my family has done. My little brother made a treehouse using repurposed telephone poles, and in the same post I wrote about how my mom made sweet jar covers using old sweaters. Months later, I took you on a tour through my eldest brother’s horse barns, and my older brother’s greenhouse.
Now it’s time to highlight my sister’s crafty side. My sister lives on a ranch with her husband and children. I think my sister is pretty amazing. She cooks from scratch, paints up a storm, grows her own food and sews professionally, just to name a few of the pretty cool things she does. Her husband repurposes horseshoes here and there, when he’s not training horses and doing, you know, ranch stuff. I wanted to showcase their talents today. My sister is actually super busy this time of year with her Etsy shop where she sells these adorable baby and toddler chaps.
She also makes vests that can be paired with the chaps.
This is some pretty awesome western wear, huh? My sister made some for my little ones, and they love putting them on and riding their rocking horse, pretending to be cowgirls.
She also has some cool repurposed horseshoes in her shop that her husband makes. A pretty trivet made from horseshoes, how creative is that?!!
A business card holder using horseshoes. Love it!
She also has some other horseshoe upcycles and artwork in her shop, Lil’ Western Works. Go on over and check out my favorite sister’s shop. Ok you got me, she’s my only sister, but still my favorite. 😉