Horseshoe art that will make you start hoarding old shoes

Photo via @thinkpinkwelding on Instagram.

 

Horseshoe art that will make you start hoarding old shoes

Horseshoes – Something that every horse owner spends hundreds to thousands of dollars on per year. Farrier bills are never small but as the saying goes, ‘no hoof, no horse,” so riders are content to dish out huge sums of money on their horses’ routine pedicures. Typically your horse will need new shoes every several months, once their old ones wear out. You probably just chuck the old shoes in the trash but you might want to reconsider this. Horseshoes can be repurposed into beautiful and practical works of art with some welding skills. After scrolling to the bottom of this page, you’ll be reading Welding For Dummies and scavenging for old horseshoes…

 

Super practical.

 

A shrine to barn cats?

 

Easy keeper.

 

Every horse owner needs this at their front door.

 

Love the colours.

 

Keep your riding boots organized.

 


 

Doorbells are overrated.

 

Super cool.

 

Gorgeous.

 

Not a beginner welder project…

 

Ideal for barn bathrooms.

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Good Morning!!! Did you know that we make all kinds of functional household pieces and decor as well? There are several holder designs as well as hooks etc in our photo albums! Can’t find what you are looking for? Message us and we can help you out on designs and pricing!! We have also incorporated some of our regular art pieces into hooks and holders as well!! We love a challenge! . . #horseshoeart #rustic #horseshoe #horses #cowboy #cowgirl #metalart #tudorscreations #dirtyhandscleanmoney #hobartwelders #wakeprayweld #benchmarkabrasives #farmhouse #handmade #MadeinKY #handmadebusiness #metalwork #MadeinTheUSA #jeremiah2911 #art #weldinglife #horseshoedecor #farmlife #uniquegift #western #holder #hook #householditems #functional #functional

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