How to use EquiStencils
Carefully peel the backing from the EquiStencil.
Position the EquiStencil on your horse and press to stick.
Using the EquiStencil as a template, clip (or paint) the design. Use a soft brush as you are clipping to brush away the hair. You can use different length blades depending on the look you want. You can take the hair down to the skin or leave it a little longer. If you choose to paint your design, use several light coats instead of one heavy one.
When you have clipped the design, carefully remove the EquiStencil and discard. You may find you need to touch up the design after you have removed the EquiStencil.
Stand back and admire your work!
Note that your horse or pony may not be used to being clipped on an area of his body other than legs and face so make sure you use some caution when clipping or painting on another part of his body. Approach this as you would when introducing your horse or pony to any other new experience. Remember that equine activities carry with them inherent risks, including but not limited to: the propensity of the animal to behave in ways that may result in injury, harm or death to persons on or around them and the unpredictability of the animal's reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects.