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Lexiie 04-15-2013 02:21 PM

Clipping Butt Designs
I think there have been TONS of threads on this, but I'm going to a fun show in two weeks, and I want to have fun with my clippers.

The name is Cloverleaf Saddle Club, so I was thinking about clipping a four leaf clover into her but.

Her name is Alibi, and I was thinking about maybe putting an A, but that seems weird. I'm assuming I should do both sides? I'd be clipping into her hair, not leaving it and clipping around it.

Any suggestions?

BoldComic 04-15-2013 10:18 PM

Clipping a clover would be fun. Print out your design on contact paper. Then cut it out with a razor knife. Then you are left with the template to stick to her butt (not the part you cut out but the part you cut out of). That's what we do when we airbrush dogs or horses at work. I would work just as well with clipping. Stars are always fun and easy too.

sinsin4635 04-16-2013 01:04 AM

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A clover would be cool. This is what I do with my boy. Attachment 159337

emmasacha 04-21-2013 07:23 AM

Here are a couple of my girls...havn't used a stencil before just used dog trimming clippers freehand.

ilovepets 04-21-2013 09:57 AM

^^ i love that first star!!!

i have be wanting to do similar with my friends minis.

i am try to do what is on this horse!!

Tnavas 04-21-2013 08:37 PM

You clip for a purpose to make the horse more comfortable when he has a thick coat - he is not a pair of designer jeans!

Lexiie 04-21-2013 08:39 PM

Oh well(: I'm just going to do it for fun, it's not going to do any harm

Tnavas 04-21-2013 08:43 PM


Originally Posted by Lexiie (Post 2303705)
Oh well(: I'm just going to do it for fun, it's not going to do any harm

It may seem to be fun but you need to think of the horses comfort - too many people clip crazy designs on their horse that leave vast areas of body uncovered that needs to be warm.

Unless you have someone running around after you with a blanket to throw over the horses back when waiting around at shows the poor horse is left with a cold back and cold muscles get damaged easily.

Lexiie 04-21-2013 08:59 PM

It's already in the 60's here. Plus, it's just a small spot on her butt, I'm sure she'll be fine

beau159 04-21-2013 08:59 PM

What about using glitter paint or something to make your designs? It'll still look fun for the show, but it's not permanent and not messing with your horse's hair coat.

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