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Equestrian Inspirations





My latest equestrian appliques are inspired by a recent road trip that took me through the many horse farms located in Ocala, Florida.  The purse above features a galloping horse applique that was hand drawn, hand cut and machine sewn onto the bag. It is now available in my shop. Stay tuned for more equestrian-inspired creations coming to the Pesky Cat Designs shop very soon!

I found Rider Crossing, by Otradausa, posted above searching Etsy's new category, Equestrain Prep. Anita of Otrada creates stylish and distinctive animal-inspired products. Check out her shop for lots of beautiful items! 

Comments

ArtMind said…
Haha, this picture immediately reminded me of the sign I saw a few weeks ago: http://www.flickr.com/photos/artmind_etcetera/3398266788/
Don't get inspired by that though... ;)
Elisa said…
Too funny ArtMind!
cathycousins said…
I have just stumbled upon your divine blog with gorgeous goodies. I hope you ship to Australia? CC
Elisa said…
I do ship to Australia Cathy. BTW, I had a look at your lovely shop. Your cupcakes look divine!

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