It’s hard to believe it, but we are now one quarter of the way through 2015, and I am one quarter of the way through my 2015 weekly dragon challenge with 13 completed polymer clay dragons.
If you’d like to see my other dragon creations so far, I’ve made a Thursday’s Dragon Pinterest board just for them.
This week we meet Lila. She’s another bracelet dragon, but a rather unusual one this time.
Click on any of the photos for a closer look.
The bracelet base consists of teardrop shaped tiles. First the tiles were baked, then Lila then formed across them.
Then each tile had to be cut apart. Yes, this looks like major surgery, but I assure you Lila felt no pain. 😉
Here’s a look at the back so you can see how the tiles look all by themselves. I think this type of bracelet would look great with some faux stone tiles or perhaps with some vines and flowers running across them. In fact, I’m thinking of making this a class some time in the future.
And here is how it looks being worn. It’s a bit bulky, but actually quite comfortable.
I love making my dragons with a mischievous gleam in their eyes. You have to wonder just what they’re up to. 😀
Check out this post on Errol, dragon #1, for the details on why I am making a dragon every week in 2015.