Posts tagged clay
Crafters for Kids

Hello all!! I wanted to introduce you to an amazing group called Crafters for Kids. They take donations on their crafters website and bring them to kids in many hospitals within the US and just expanded to international hospitals. This group has created a way for crafters to give directly to hospitals and kids in a way that impacts both giver and recipient. Through an interview with Joyce, the founder of Crafters for Kids, she discusses more with you about what the organization is, how it gives back to the community, how it provides a way for crafters to give back, and the impact they are having in hospitals around the world.

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The Ultimate List of 35 of the Most Talented Clay Dragon Sculptors on Instagram

Have you ever seen something and had it stuck in your head forever? Or had a thought/desire to create something that would always pop back up in your thoughts continually until you created it? This has been me ever since I saw a dragon hair pin from an Etsy shop. While I’ve always had a fascination for dragons, it wasn’t until starting crochet that I realized that I could actually make a dragon!!! In my search I have come across so many amazing clay dragon makers on Instagram and cannot wait to share them with you!

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Clay Dragons with Creature Cave!

Have you ever seen a dragon sculpture so detailed and lifelike you wondered if it could in fact be an actual dragon? Sculpting is used in movies and shows, plays, dramas, and so much more! And Verity is right smack in the center of it by creating these amazing dragons and other sculptures as well as beautiful drawings. And she also does it for the magic of film. :)

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Clay Dragons with jsthreads14

Have you ever seen a creature or something in nature and been captured by it? Inspired by it enough to start wanting to create or capture them in a way only you can? Jessica talks about how she does exactly that and more having found a love of dragons early on. And interested in dragon movies/tv shows and dinosaur movies/tv shows that may inspire you? Keep reading to find some of our favorites! Jurassic World anyone? Land Before Time? How to Train Your Dragon? While you read the goodies we have for you below, I’m going to go find my iPad to watch some of these movies below :)

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Clay Dragons with Mini Mythicals

Have you ever seen dragons so unique, so different, that you realized who the sculptor was?  This is Heather’s dragons at  MiniMythicals.  And it is understandable why they are so unique when you see where Heather gets her inspiration, from the deserts and mountain pine forests surrounding her in Arizona and the myths and legends of ancient dragons there. Thunderbird, Quetzalcoatl, Piasa, the seven-headed dragon, Dragons of myth and legend of the ancient Native Americans to include the Mayans and Aztecs, Cherokee and more! Step into the amazing world of the Mini Mythicals and see for yourself if the legends are true.

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Clay Dragons with Bella Enchanted Studio!

Have you ever wanted to capture the dragons of your dreams? Bella will be your guide through the wondrous world of Mirordor; a magical realm of intrigue, unfathomable magic, and Dragonkin!   Every Dragonkin in Mirordor has a story to tell, some sad, some happy and some downright silly, but one thing is for certain, no two dragonkin are alike. Dragonkin live within the world of Mirordor, a parallel world to our own, a place where Humans have not stepped foot in a millennium. Until Bella came along.

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Clay Dragons with Dragons of Whimsy!

The Capturing the Dragon of Your Dreams Series starts with the Dragons of Whimsy, a magical and enchanting land, where Veered has captured her vision of dragons in clay and made them come alive! Her dragons are caught in a variety of poses and environments, from those that are found sleeping on treestars, flowers, and leaves, to those that stare up at you with big beautiful eyes. In this Maker Features she describes her journey and some of the resources that have helped her to hone her craft.

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