New Fire Agate Dragon Pendants


One dozen little dragon pendants nearly ready for their debut at Lazy Daze!


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8 comments:

  1. Hi Rebekah :) Thanks for your kind comment! I wanted to return the favor...I have been stalking, uh, following you for awhile now...love, love, love your work, especially the new pewter ruby dragons, the contrast in colors is wonderful.
    Lynn

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  2. Thank you Lynn! You're too kind! I look forward to delving deeper into your blog now that I'm "stalking" you! ;-) It seems everywhere I turn there's one more artist with beautiful work...keep it up!

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  3. I love the delicate intricacy and attention to detail in your little dragons, really outstanding work.

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  4. Thank you Sharon! It's the all the tiny details that makes these guys so much fun to sculpt. Sometimes it can take a couple hours just to make one, but I love the challenge! ...What could be more fun than holding a handful of little baby dragons!! ;-)

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  5. Hai Rebekah,
    ur dragons r really beautiful &different entirely.keep posting.
    Which material did u use?

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  6. Thank you Premamarikkani! I make all my beads and pendants using polymer clay, a low fire synthetic clay. There are several good brands available in most craft supply stores. My favorites are Premo!, Sculpey III, and Kato Polyclay.

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  7. Wow! I love your dragons! (Am a serious dragon lover. And catlover for that matter.)

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  8. Where could I purchase these?

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