Tiny flower dragon
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This is a handmade poseable art toy made of ECO-friendly hypoallergenic materials.
Description of the item is below the origin.
The tiny flower dragons [flosculi draconis]
sub family: flos draconia;
habitat: Mecurian plains, forests, and flower gardens;
diet: fruits, beries, nectar, plants.
The tiny flower dragons are interesting species of dragons, they are born from nature, to be more specific they are born from flower buds, who have gathered a certain amount of energy native to Mercury. The tiny flower dragons are known to collect morning dew and protect the flower species they are born out of. Their coloration depends on the flower species and habitat they are born from. They love making new friends as long that they won't endanger the flowers.
Order one or several of these cute little friends now and study them to your heart's content.
Like most of our toys, this creature will be made per order (it most likely isn't in stock right now). The expected production time is written below (it's changing depending on season, so we regularly update it to give you the most accurate estimation). As soon as the toy is finished we ship it and you receive a dispatch notification.
Who can use it? If you are above 7 y.o. you can easily play with this wonderful creature. It is made of modern and solid materials and isn't afraid of flying, shaking, spinning, and even falling down! Feel free to play however you like! Do you prefer collecting your dolls on a shelf? - This cutie is fully poseable and very photogenic, so you can easily change its poses.
If you dislike your toy after you've received it, we'll refund the purchase!
Height: 8 cm (3 inches)
Materials: bjd skeleton, faux fur, polyurethane, wire, pastels, acrylic paint, varnish, acrylic bead.
*As every toy is handmade and is being made to order (there are quite no toys in stock) you should be ready for some small (tiny) differences because it's impossible to make two absolutely equal items.