... but instead I have some rotten smelly dragon jars.
True story: we ran out of garbage bags last week around the same time these terrible things appeared. Coincidence? I think not! Despite their timing, I don't think that they are fabled Trash Dragons. I suspect they are Northern Swamp Dragons.
I'm currently working on a breeding program and will try to have some available for adoption in a week or so. I WILL have a few at my open house on July 2nd if you happen to pop in for a visit.
Want to try your own 'breeding program'? Cutouts are listed HERE in my etsy shop, or at gslcuts.com
Excellent!! Love these jars. The fairie's would keep them in line would they not? I do enjoy dragons. :) Have a great weekend and look forward to more fun in jars!ReplyDelete
What an interesting life you lead, my friend. Now, smelly dragon jars? LOLReplyDelete
What a delightful tale you weave ... and the 'smelly dragon jars' are charming!ReplyDelete
You kill me and I love this -- sometimes I feel rather rotten and have dragons breath!ReplyDelete
They are SO wonderful Nichola! A completely creative and inventive approach to dragon lore. :) Ohhh trash dragons. . . I thought I had one under the sofa a while back. . . would sweep the floor only to return with the throw rugs to find something had snorted all the unseemly dust and dust bunnies from under the sofa out onto the newly clean floor . . . but it turns out it was just a persnickety little Hob. Not that I am complaining. . . he's more helpful than a trash dragon would ever be. Snores a bit much though. . .ReplyDelete