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These little guys are one of my favorite things to make. Sure, I’m a dragon fiend, but even people who aren’t as fire-lizard crazy as I am seem to appreciate the cuteness inherent in them.
Best news is that you can make ‘em yourself! The tutorial is here.
Granted, I’d advise against using seed beads unless you have a surplus of patience, thread and extremely thin needles. A slightly larger sized bead works very well, though.
The tiny little dragon that results from seed beads is extra adorable, though. Once I finish my latest round of projects, maybe I’ll give it another shot.
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These little guys are one of my favorite things to make. Sure, I’m a dragon fiend, but even people who aren’t as fire-lizard crazy as I am seem to appreciate the cuteness inherent in them.
Best news is that you can make ‘em yourself! The tutorial is here.
Granted, I’d advise against using seed beads unless you have a surplus of patience, thread and extremely thin needles. A slightly larger sized bead works very well, though.
The tiny little dragon that results from seed beads is extra adorable, though. Once I finish my latest round of projects, maybe I’ll give it another shot.
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These little guys are one of my favorite things to make. Sure, I’m a dragon fiend, but even people who aren’t as fire-lizard crazy as I am seem to appreciate the cuteness inherent in them.
Best news is that you can make ‘em yourself! The tutorial is here.
Granted, I’d advise against using seed beads unless you have a surplus of patience, thread and extremely thin needles. A slightly larger sized bead works very well, though.
The tiny little dragon that results from seed beads is extra adorable, though. Once I finish my latest round of projects, maybe I’ll give it another shot.
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These little guys are one of my favorite things to make. Sure, I’m a dragon fiend, but even people who aren’t as fire-lizard crazy as I am seem to appreciate the cuteness inherent in them.

Best news is that you can make ‘em yourself! The tutorial is here.

Granted, I’d advise against using seed beads unless you have a surplus of patience, thread and extremely thin needles. A slightly larger sized bead works very well, though.

The tiny little dragon that results from seed beads is extra adorable, though. Once I finish my latest round of projects, maybe I’ll give it another shot.

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