Large White Horse Jointed Cutout
This horse looks so nice! We used it to play "decorate the pony" instead of "pin the tail." (no winners/losers, plus each kid can use as many ribbons as they want, so the game lasts longer.)
I used blue painter's tape and put lots and lots of it on the back of the horse and stuck it to the wall. I also bent the legs to make the horse look like it is "trotting," and secured them with more painter's tape. It looks so cute!
Now the horse has ribbon decorations all over it, and I will put it in my daughter's room to decorate her room for a while. She is still having fun spinning herself and sticking ribbons on it! I wish I had read the reviews and used this to take pictures! whoops!!
January 13, 2014
A horse of course.
DH attached to stool and took pictures of kids. Took some creative stabilizing but worked well. Thin lkike cardstock.
December 9, 2013
Used it in a "horse" themed party to play "pin the tail on the pony"
September 15, 2012
I glued the horse's body to the packaging cardboard, and then it was really easy to hang. Great for the birthday party pictures!
November 21, 2011
Bought this item for church fall picnic. Was a great buy. The kids loved having their picture taken with it.
July 7, 2011
VERY CUTE but hard to hang
I wanted to return this because the size was larger than I imagined and it did not fit in the place I bought it for. As long as you have the right place and the correct way to keep it up I would say it looks spectacular to add to any party.
June 29, 2011
flimsy but looks nice
This is not exactly life-sizes unless it is supposed to be a miniature horse or very small pony. The cardboard is very thin and the joints do not stay in place unless you tape them from behind. I wanted mine to be free-standing so I used clear fishing line to hang them and to keep them from curling. The white and brown horses face is opposite directions so it is nice to get both and have them interact.
November 25, 2010
I am very pleased with this item -- it is a great size and arrived in great condition. I plan on using the horse as part of summer camp horsemanship program both a decoration and as a prop to learn parts of the horse (although it would have been ideal if the girth had been placed behind the front leg instead of its actual location). The kids will love it!
January 16, 2010
This was nicely sized and a really life like looking horse. The only problem was the jointed parts were too loose and wouldn't stay in place without some tape.
November 5, 2009
These were cute horses. Everyone loved them at our trunk or treat.
November 3, 2009