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rustic art

Rustic Art

By Gayle Smith

Photography by Johnny Sundby

Equine footwear has found new uses in western art, says South Dakota horseshoe artist Frank Schwegel. With the holidays approaching, Schwegel offers these simple ideas for creative, do-it-yourself gift-givers. 

 

Business Card Holder

This business card holder is simple to create with two miniature horseshoes, a 3-inch piece of angle iron, and some JB Weld. 

 

knife holder

Kitchen Knife Holder

This kitchen knife holder requires two horseshoes, a decorative piece of wood, and a magnetic strip. “I attached horseshoes on both ends to give it a little bit of western flair,” Schwegel says. 

 

Dream Catcher

Construct a dream catcher using a horseshoe, leather boot lace, feathers, colorful beads, and a glue gun.

“It is a simple project to make, but one that will appeal to a wide variety of western décor enthusiasts,” Schwegel explains. 

 

Rustic Wall Hanging

“With the help of a hot glue gun, a unique wall hanging can be created in a matter of seconds,” Schwegel says. And you can customize the color.