It’s been a while since I last designed a dragon craft for my collection. The hanging dragons below were some of the first designs I added to my shop when I first began designing paper crafts.
In this tutorial I’m introducing my first table top dragon that I’ve named Endra. Endra is a stand-alone dragon that will sit on any flat surface.
The accents I’ve added to this dragon allow you to use color combinations that match your decor.
Below are all the parts included with this dragon craft. I included a version of the dragon with the wings detached from the body because it’ll allow you to use a different color for the wings, as I did with my pink dragon above.
It’ll also allow you to create a larger dragon—the two dragons in the image below were both cut on 8.5″ x 11″ cardstock paper. The large dragon (cut using the dragon with wings detached) is 9″ in width and 8″ in height and the smaller dragon is 6.5″ in both width and height.
If you’re someone who likes to make handmade gifts, this one is perfect for the dragon lover in your life. This dragon would also be great to liven up a dragon birthday party or add a special touch to a dragon themed bedroom.
Endra was a really fun one to design and I hope you enjoy making it. Scroll down for my video tutorial when you’re ready to see how I create this dragon.
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