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Tiny Dragon + Fairy (Children's Deal for handmade, Waldorf style fairy and tiny dragon)  RSS feed

 
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Tiny Dragon + Fairy Children's Deal

I have a passion for kids to be able to have awesome, non-toxic, imaginative toys. But, I know many parents are like myself, and unable to pay high prices for handmade toys. I made this deal so your child can have their own affordable, durable, handmade fairy and dragon. The tiny dragons, unlike their larger counterparts, only have a poseable neck, torso and tail. Their wings flap freely and their legs do not bend or pose any more than felted things normally do).



These tiny dragons are made-to-order, and will likely have some variations in tail and wing size, though the torsos should all be roughly the same size. If you have preferences in the length of tail/wings, please tell me when you moosage me about your preferences.

For the fairy, you can chose hair and clothing styles and colors, if you want them to have a hat, etc. To see more examples of my fairies, check this thread here.

For the dragon, please tell me what color(s), tail style, horn/frill style, etc. A picture of the sort of dragon you're looking for is really helpful! To see more dragons that I have made, check this thread. To look at the colors of roving that I have in stock, check this page

Here you can see the difference in sizes between the tiny dragon and large one.


The dragons might be tiny, but they can still be ridden by your fairy.


It will take me about 1-2 weeks to make a fairy+tiny dragon combo, though if you need them in a hurry, I might be able to get them done sooner. PM me if this is the case!

This fairy+tiny dragon costs $25 before shipping. If you order more than one thing, I will refund any extra shipping costs!

It will take approximately 1-2 weeks for me to custom-make a fairy + dragon. If you need them ASAP, moosage me, and I might be able to make it quicker.

$29.00

Tiny Dragon + Fairy (Children's Deal for handmade, Waldorf style fairy and tiny dragon) - US shipping
  • The pre-shipping cost is $25.00.
  • If you order more than one item, I will refund all extra shipping costs (either via paypal or mailing you a check with your package).

$45.00

Tiny Dragon + Fairy (Children's Deal for handmade, Waldorf style fairy and tiny dragon) - International shipping
  • The pre-shipping cost is $25.00.
  • If you order more than one item, I will refund all extra shipping costs (either via paypal or mailing you a check with your package).


Other Items I Have for Sale:

  • Fairies (made to order, Waldorf-style little fairies)


  • Child's fairy+dragon combination


  • Paul Wheaton Voodoo Action Figure!


  • Dragons (made-to-order, wool needle felted dragons.)


  • Swords & Staffs made from holly (for your little fairy friend!)


  • Tiny Dragon (wool, bendable, needle-felted)


  • Small Pouch (made-to-order, wool felted bags perfect for marbles, dice and other trinkets)
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