Custom Fleece Helmet Covers are AWESOME!

It’s Cyber Monday! Are you partaking in any holiday online shopping today? If so, you should definitely consider searching for handmade items to support artisans that make a living right here in the USA.

A good friend of mine makes so many FABULOUS items as a side business. She makes western show shirts, saddle pads, saddle covers, fleece sheets, scarves, and so much more!

Today I am trying to help her promote a very popular item, her custom made fleece helmet covers! They are super warm and so cute! These would make a great gift for any equestrian and come in a variety of colors. They are handmade right here in the USA, which is fantastic! Support small, local businesses and buy handmade this year!

If you want to see more of what HeatherWear has available, check out the links below:

Fleece shop – HeatherWear

HeatherWear on Facebook

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About Genevieve

Genevieve is a southern gal who loves to write. She is a graduate of Everest College with an AAS in Criminal Investigations. Currently, she works as a freelance writer and volunteers for Central Virginia Horse Rescue by writing their monthly newsletter. If she's not writing, you can bet she's either spending time with friends and family, playing with the horses, crafting, or reading. Interested in having a guest blog appearance? Email sunshineleo05@gmail.com to get in touch! P.S. Subscribe by RSS feed if you are interested in following her creative insanity... ;)

Posted on November 26, 2012, in Horses and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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