It's been a while since I posted in here. Now that the weather is cooling down and almost all the (real) yard/garden is almost ready for the colder months, I'll begin mini making again! Probably next month tho since some of the (real) house also needs 'winterizing' :)
A BIG Thank You! to all of my patient followers - you all ROCK!!
If any one of you have been getting spam emails from Etsy, I want you to be aware that it is THEY and not me who is sending them. Accept my apology if you have received any.
As soon as I became aware that Etsy was publicly making all private information available, I opted-out of their idiotic wannabe social network but I'm not sure if my opt-out was quick enough. All my once favorite sellers have been deleted, and no one is in a "circle" via my shop.
My Etsy store will remain on 'vacation mode' indefinitely.
Due to Etsy's massive invasion of all their sellers' privacy, my shop there will remain on 'vacation mode' until Etsy returns to being a selling site rather than a wannabe social site. Who knows how long that will be? Your guess is as good as mine.
Model horses or toy horses are scale replicas of real horses and are highly collectible. Most model horses are in the 1:9 scale (such as Breyer Traditionals and Stone Horses) while others are no bigger than mice, such as Breyer Stablemates and Stone Chips.
What are the model horse scales?
*Traditional Series: Approximately 12"L x 9"H - Scaled to 1/9th scale *Classics Series: Approximately 9"L x 6"H - Scaled to 1/12th scale *Paddock Pals: Approximately 6"L x 5"H - Scaled to 1/24th scale *Stablemates Series: Approximately 4"L x 3"H - Scaled to 1/32nd scale *Mini Whinnies: Approximately 1.5"L x 1.5"H - Scaled to 1/64th scale