Body Clipping Art

If I start practicing now, maybe I’ll come up with a pattern that I can execute. I guess just being able to complete a trace clip isn’t good enough!

What I want to know is, what's on the other side?
What I want to know is, what's on the other side?

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9 thoughts on “Body Clipping Art

  1. The other side was an underwater scene…I’m at work at the moment but I will upload a pic of the other side of this horse.

  2. This is so cool. I used to clip heart shapes on my pony when i was little but this so much better! I am sure you could start a trend.


    1. This clip was done by a professional groom at Equine Affaire. She used my horse to demo the clippers she was promoting. The pattern was just a joke to make the clipping demo more fun. Horse was body clipped after the show was over. No worries.

  3. I just hope it isnt permanent. Why would you want to do that? I have 2 horses and I wouldnt have time to do that to them. My Olden would probably bite me afterwards. He is a pretty proud fella.

    1. No, not permanent. Body clipping grows out pretty quickly. I generally clip my own horse at least twice over the winter.

  4. Wow, thats a really great clip pattern! I normally use hearts or lettering but this is so much better. Of course its not permanent – its a clip! They either grow out or you can just cut them off!

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