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Ribbon Halter Tack Kit for Schleich

Ribbon Halter Tack Kit for Schleich

For Schleich & Collecta model horses - Scale 1:20

Learn how to create realistic halters for your model horse with our halter DIY Kit. The best way to master halter creation and to start building your own halters collection!

  • No sewing nedded
  • Easy to assemble
  • Tutorial included
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What You'll ❤️ About Our Ribbon Halter Kit :

✔️ All supplies included : Halter and lead rope buckles, ribbon and thread

✔️ Easy to assemble with glue, no sewing required

✔️ Suitable for crafters of all levels, from beginners to experts

✔️ Flashcode for video tutorial and step-by-step instructions included

Order your Kit now, learn how to create your own halters & start an amazing collection !

What's in the box

Our DIY kit includes everything you need to create the perfect halter for Schleich or Collecta model horses and any model horses scaled 1:20.

Each kit comes with high-quality materials, including pre-cut fabric, miniature buckles, ribbon and decorative threads.

You'll also find step-by-step instructions to guide you through the process and a flashcode that leads you to our full video tutorial.

Ready for a fun & hassle-free tack-making experience?

What you'll need

All you'll need in addition to the kit is a model horse of the selected size (learn more about scales), craft glue and a pair of scissors. If you're unsure about which glue to use, check out our blog post : The Best Glues for Model Horse Tack Making or add our favorite Bison glue to your cart ! Check out our tools and supplies products

Model horses scales explained

Model Horses come in various sizes, or "scales". The most common scales include Traditional (1:9), Classic (1:12) and Bijoux (1:20 to 1:24). Identifying the scale of your model horses is important when selecting appropriate 3D accessories and kits. This page will help you determine which scale your models fall into :Learn more about scales.

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