Plush Valentine Dragons
My children went crazy over the dragons, in fact I had to order more.
February 4, 2011
These are not dragons.
These are not dragons. They are dinosaurs. Now I need to sew wings on them so I can use them for my child's DRAGON party.
October 2, 2013
I snipped off the little message hearts and stuffed these baby dragons into paper mache eggs to be used as our Care of Magical Creatures Lesson at my kid's Harry Potter themed birthday. They were a hit!!
I had originally hoped they'd be small enough to fit into the jumbo plastic Easter eggs we already had, but they were a little too large. So I wound up buying some big paper mache eggs from Hobby Lobby for $1.50 each, cutting them open zig-zag style and spray painting them gold. I placed the baby dragons inside, taped them closed and labeled them (Chinese Fireball, Hungarian Horntail, etc.). Each kid chose their egg, sang it a dragon lullaby they made up themselves and then placed it in the nest basket near the fireplace to stay warm until time to hatch. At hatching time the kids fell in love with their new "babies"! Plus one kid's egg had extra magical gold and silver stars inside along with their dragon, earning them the Top Student Award (a bookmark)! SO MUCH FUN! And these dragons were perfect for it!
January 23, 2011
these are wonderful
these will be great for our beta valentine balloon sale.
January 19, 2011
This is a favorite giveaway of mine! Glad to see it back for the season:)
December 26, 2010
These dragons were small enough to fit into the Valentine's bags in my daughter's kindergarten class, and so cute! Girls and boys alike were playing with their dragons by the end of the party. The hearts are attached only with white thread, so it makes it easy to transition after Valentine's Day if you wish to cut and remove them.
February 18, 2010
I love dragons and bought them just because they were cute and was not disappointed! I love them!
February 2, 2010