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Making a Stable

Updated: Oct 4, 2020


Today, I decided to make a stable as part of my craft-everyday holidays. I got some wood, and made a start. Dad let me used his drop saw which sped up the process a lot.

And then I stained all the pieces

And started putting it together

I decided I wanted a wash stall as part of it, so I made the wall full height and painted the wall white

Next came doors...

I then added finishing touches and bars between the stalls...

And, done!

I'm pretty happy with it! And glad I got it done in a day, I'm sure you guys know how easy it is to lose inspiration.

I hope I've inspired you to have a go, it's lots of fun, and a great holiday activity.

Let me know what you think!


UPDATE: 4/10/20

Today I added some finishing touches, 2 benches in the wash stall, some haynet hooks, a trough in each stall, bridle hooks, bedding and some 'windows'.


I'm so happy with it!



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Lily
Lily
21 janv. 2021

Here is what I did on my stable last night:

Tack hooks:


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Lily
Lily
20 janv. 2021

Looks great!! Oh I really wanna go make that so I better go and do a bit of my own stable!! this inspires me so much!!!

J'aime
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