I also think the bridle came together pretty well considering I have never made one like this before.
It is not overwhelmingly complex or super plain. It's a nice look for this horse.
In honor of Karen Crossley, a Canadian hobbyist and active blogger who unexpectedly passed away in July of 2020, Lynn Isenbarger and I are finishing Karen's alphabetical tour of her collection, with tours of our own collection. Today's letter is T.
Today we are going to talk about Time Lord. He is my Indian Silver resin painted by Liesl Dalpe. I already talked a lot about him when I repurchased him last year from my friend Iva, but we can talk about him again.
I love this horse. He has not done all that much as a show horse, since he is not particularly performance friendly. Don't get me wrong, any horse can be shown in performance with enough creativity. But he is never going to be a particularly versatile performance horse. Still, I love this mold. Something about him just makes me really happy, and the beautiful bay that Liesl painted him is my favorite shade of bay. I was definitely happy to add him back into my collection. Even if he mostly just sits on the shelf and looks pretty.So Time Lord isn't a particularly performance friendly horse, but he was perfect for the first Mares in Black Spooctacular show. I believe the prompt for this was Just Dance. He looks like he's doing a little spooked dance at the evil plastic bag. He's pretty good at spooking.
Some day I will go to a live show again, though I likely won't show Time Lord in performance, at least not much. For now I will just enjoy looking at him on the shelf and being glad that he is mine.
Lemondrop medallion: 3:03
Breyerfest Kaleidoscope: 3:04
Group A- 3:05
Group B- 3:10
Group C- 3:15
Group D- 3:25
Group E- 3:30
Group F- 3:40
Group G- 3:50
Group H- 3:58
Group I- 4:05
Group J- 4:13
Group K- 4:17
Group L- 4:21
Group M- 4:30
Group N- 4:38
Group O- 4:45
Group P- 4:55
Group Q- 5:00
Group R- 5:05
I hope you get exactly what you want! And in case you are wondering, I have made 1564 dolls to date!
|Little Elecktra is not included, just to show the blanket size.|
|Cross country kits include vest with attached pinny, watch, and medical armband|
|Dog sets come with adjustable vest, blank pouches, and velcro tags that say service dog and search and rescue.|
|Dog sets include a bed, food bowl, ball, bag of food (with food in it), a bone, a rope toy, and 2 other toys|
|lunch sets include a lunch bag with working closure, a sandwich, cookie, chips, apple and drink|
|lunches include a sandwich, chips, apple, pastry, and drink.|
|backpacks have working closure|
|Saddlebag sets include opening saddle bags with mesh pockets, 2 water bottles, a map, first aid kit, trail mix, cell phone, poncho, apple, hoof pick and pommel bags.|
|saddle bag stuff is a map, first aid kit, trail mix, poncho, cell phone, hoof pick and an apple.|
|cat sets include a bed, feather toy, catnip mouse, little box with scoop and litter, food dish and food bag with food.|
|Removable helmets. Have multiples of some colors.|
|Western pleasure dolls|
|Hunt seat dolls all have bendy necks for over fences.|
|Casual dolls have fully haired heads and the casual western dolls have removable hats|
|Mystery boxes! No two are exactly alike! LOTS of new items!|