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  1. #1
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    Default Personalized Baby Pads

    We are looking into getting baby pads embroidered with our barn logo and customer's last names. Anyone have a good source for 20ish baby pads, or suggestions for an embroiderer who does nice work and has reasonable prices?

    Thanks!



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    Smartpak has free embroidery when you ship to a barn! That will save you a lot of money


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    Quote Originally Posted by Satin Filly View Post
    Smartpak has free embroidery when you ship to a barn! That will save you a lot of money
    We have some SmartPak pads that are super cute, but we want to use our farm logo not a monogram or graphic.



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    Check with personalized products I think they do bulk and beval too.
    .אני יכול לעשות הכל על ידי אלוהים



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    My company (equitex) can do them! PM me and I'll get you a quote.



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    Smartpak will do a custom logo. I have a few embroidered baby pads from them and they have held up great. I always get compliments on them!
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    I love the jumper pad I got from The Clothes Horse, once they have your logo, it's affordable to have it put on anything...and when I called, they said that they could do trim/embroidery on any commercially available pad.

    Not the cheapest around for this type of thing, but if you have a custom logo, I've found that even the "bargain" embroidery places end up creeping a lot in price.

    I went with TCH based on such positive feedback all over COTH, and all the logo-gear I bought from them is beautifully done, and has held up well. It's very eye-catching!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rugbygirl View Post
    I love the jumper pad I got from The Clothes Horse, once they have your logo, it's affordable to have it put on anything...and when I called, they said that they could do trim/embroidery on any commercially available pad.

    Not the cheapest around for this type of thing, but if you have a custom logo, I've found that even the "bargain" embroidery places end up creeping a lot in price.

    I went with TCH based on such positive feedback all over COTH, and all the logo-gear I bought from them is beautifully done, and has held up well. It's very eye-catching!
    Anything Katrina does is the gold standard for personalized things, of course. She did our away horse show set-up...banner, curtains, directors chairs. And we have show clothes for the horses from her. With a two color logo on one side and a name on the other, it's just a little more than we want to spend since most of us plan to get more than one pad.



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    I second The Clothes Horse. I have won saddle pads embroidered by them which lead to our barn getting personalized saddle pads/baby pads from them. They look awesome and they have held up through lots of wear and tear.



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    Quote Originally Posted by dp1092 View Post
    I second The Clothes Horse. I have won saddle pads embroidered by them which lead to our barn getting personalized saddle pads/baby pads from them. They look awesome and they have held up through lots of wear and tear.
    Like I said, I know they are lovely. But for what we want we're heading towards $50 a pad.



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    I have had a few saddle pads off an ebay seller bobbi-gee. I believe she has an internet site as well but everything I have ordered is lovely. Her prices are extremely competitive for all the extra's I ordered (billet straps, girth loops, custom logo and names on both sides, piping) and it ran I believe about $30 for that. Less if you have fewer extra's. They have held up wonderfully and look great. Any time I need as baby pad for myself or a gift she is my go to. There are so many options and if she doesn't have it listed if you message her she will find a way to make it work for you. If you have a picture of your logo she can do whatever you want. She has tons positive reviews. Great communication throughout, quick shipping and nice price. Can't beat it in my mind!



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    If your barn is in the Smartpak barnbuddies program, they will digitize your logo for free...then it shows up as a choice when you want to add a graphic to embroidered items. Smartpak digitized the logo from my last barn and we had it put on hats, saddle pads, polos, etc. - and they all looked very nice
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    We just had ours done by Two Socks Design, they're beautiful and were a great price for a full-size pad. Highly recommended. New company but quickly building an impressive list of happy customers.
    http://twosocksdesigns.com/
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