Toy Horse Stable

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Project by vin posted 3071 days ago 7546 views 13 times favorited 12 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I made this barn for my horse loving granddaughters. I looked at lots of pictures and came up with this design. The barn is about 3 feet long and a foot wide. The doors are big enough for the 9” toy horses. If you would like to make one for your kidsm you can see how I made mine here:
Thanks for looking!

-- Vin, Littleton, Ma.

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#1 posted 2693 days ago

This gives me a few ideas for my three nieces. Good work here.

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#2 posted 2693 days ago

this is wonderful!!! Very unique and an inspiration for a lot of playing (horsing around hehehe)

Really nice!

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#3 posted 2692 days ago

Wow. Lucky granddaughters. : ^ )

-- We must guard our enthusiasm as we would our life - James Krenov

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#4 posted 2692 days ago

Thanks everyone, I’m surprised it’s still played with after all these yrs. It’s the most popular plan on my site.

-- Vin, Littleton, Ma.

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#5 posted 2223 days ago

Nice barn. Being a farm kid, it passes inspection. AAA++

-- "some old things are lovely, warm still with life ... of the forgotten men who made them." - D.H. Lawrence

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#6 posted 2084 days ago

I made one similar to this 2 years ago for my granddaughter. I made it in 3 units. The center unit has a hayloft with a ladder, swinging doors, and removable roof (very similar to yours). Each side unit has a hole in the roof for easy access. One has a gate on the front and the other on the side. I made the corral with clips to hold them together so they won’t fall over. I also made a entry gate. I placed a small horse medallion above the door and a sign with “Naylah’s Stables” to personalize it. I made another one last Christmas for a friend of my granddaughter. Each time I make one, I get better at it and new ideas.

-- Dave, South Dakota

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#7 posted 1789 days ago

my sis would love tHAT

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#8 posted 1687 days ago

this is great! are you interested in selling one like this?


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#9 posted 1687 days ago

Hi Tim and thanks for your interest! Sorry but I barely have time to make things for my own grand kids these days, I have another pair of vanities I’m making for the next two granddaughters, before I pack up the shop and move south. But thank you for asking!

-- Vin, Littleton, Ma.

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#10 posted 1271 days ago

Nice! You can bult mini house’s if you want!

Succes with your next project!

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#11 posted 1025 days ago

Very nice!

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#12 posted 496 days ago

G’Day “vin”, Yes it’s the same the world over, girls and horse plus broke parents…
We have stables in Australia but love the barn you’ve built.
Cheers from On Top DownUnder, crowie

-- Lifes good, Enjoy each new day...... Cheers from "On Top DownUnder" Crowie

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