These rodeo clowns are having fun. Both are kids at heart...so who is teaching who? If you know a professional rodeo clown, they would quite surprised to receive one of these as a gift. The cost is little, the time spent is the real gift.
Tom Mullane was a graphic artist and web designer who had a deep appreciation of the beauty that can only be found in wood. Tom said: Some of the patterns have been created from original artwork of other artists and were acquired on the internet or from the original artist, I wish to thank these artists for posting their work so that I could create these fine patterns... I do not claim copyright of the original artwork, only copyright of the scrollsaw patterns. This is a scrollsaw pattern only. Tom assumes that you know how to use scrollsaw pattern so there are no instructions included. If you are buying the downloadable PDF version, simply print the pattern onto paper, apply the pattern to your wood surface using a removable adhesive, then start cutting out the black shaded portion. If you are buying the paper plan version, you have the option to have the pattern printed onto a self adhesive sheet which will then be mailed to you.
Cute, right? This little rodeo clown might want to play with the big boys but maybe we will steer him to the calf ring for now.
Now who could resist such a cutie?! This little clown is all tuckered out..but only for a little while!
Cute right? This little rancher dude may be pint sized but he has a big heart.
These rodeo clowns are having fun. Both are kids at heart...so who is teaching who? If you know a professional rodeo clown, they would quite surprised to receive one of these as a gift. The cost is li...
These rodeo clowns are getting the tires positioned. It looks like clean up time. The tire will not be in one place for long once that buckin bronco is let loose!
These rodeo clowns look like they are about to settle down for a well earned meal.
Looks like this little rodeo clown is getting a lesson in how to apply the clown makeup! What fun!