Dragons To Keep

I’ve loved dragons ever since I was little. My favorite dragon has always been Kazul from The Enchanted Forest Chronicles by Patricia Wrede. She was just such a powerful character and built my love of dragon characters that weren’t just some monster to slay.

Dragons find there way into nearly every art form, and so today I’m going to share with you the draconic artists I’ve stumbled upon.

The Etsy artists featured in this gift guide are:

eluneth, GoncherPaintings, Mokupepe, nonesuchgarden, seaspritesoaps, lundbergbros, skyfirearts, TheGoblinTrader, ningenheadwear, ss10001, VintageFiligree, celticfantasy2, RogueBodyJewelry, ppwoodcrafts, obrienclayworks, robertcurbello, contrary, CottonCandyBoutique, DragonRose, beicreations, GovindasWorkshop, BellaLili, pinktophat, and ArtfulMosaicSupplies

I’m debating on whether or not to do the first story based gift guide as the steampunk wedding one or not; and whether to do it in a kind of mad lib style or just do a story to test it out. If you guys would like a mad lib type story (where all of you help build the tale) let me know in the comments.


3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. SeaSpriteSoaps
    Jan 15, 2010 @ 03:38:02

    I love dragons too, this is a superb collection — thanks for including my Dragon’s Blood soap!


  2. Autumn
    Jan 15, 2010 @ 06:22:56

    Thank you for featuring one of my necklaces. I love all the other items. There are some really interesting items featured.


  3. Dana
    Jan 15, 2010 @ 16:27:10

    The featured items are so cool! Thank you for including my dragon mosaic. Your selections are awesome!


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