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Keep It Weird: Chasing the Dragon

Apr 23, 2010

by Michelle Traub

Happy St. George’s Day! Any princess-saving dragon-slaying patron saint deserves mad Keep it Weird props. Scales, fangs, claws, tails, wings — dragons really offer a whole mythical smorgasbord. Whether fire-breathing or ocean-thrashing, these figures of sin and destruction could easily seduce me into their lairs.

Create your own legend with Cappuccino Dragon Print by SusanVanCamp and Sea Serpent Sculpture by BlacknickSculpture. Check out the Related Items below for more beastliness.

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140 comments

  • lovelygifts

    lovelygifts said 7 years ago

    Creepy but interesting and creative at the same time!

  • Vanessa Admin

    Vanessa said 7 years ago

    I'm blown away by those body mod bronze talons.

  • rarebeasts

    rarebeasts said 7 years ago

    I always look forward to this etsy weirdness, it's great.

  • Harem6

    Harem6 said 7 years ago

    We looove weird!Thanks for sharing these images!

  • JemmDee

    JemmDee said 7 years ago

    Here dragon, dragon.. I love the fingertips!

  • Leocardia

    Leocardia said 7 years ago

    What a funny collection. I love the geriatric dragons.

  • AmericanHandmade

    AmericanHandmade said 7 years ago

    I Love Dragons. I usually go for the friendly looking ones but these are also very interesting to me also. Most of them look friendly too. For some odd reason I Love the photo of the Predator Rings. It is Beautiful ... Peace and Love ...

  • colourthesky

    colourthesky said 7 years ago

    shmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmawesome

  • laurelinsailor

    laurelinsailor said 7 years ago

    Love dragons and love the picks!

  • themusgraveritual

    themusgraveritual said 7 years ago

    Pure unadulterated awesomeness! Once again keeping it weird does not disappoint.

  • BululuGems

    BululuGems said 7 years ago

    Funny choices.

  • dragonhouseofyuen

    dragonhouseofyuen said 7 years ago

    I reckon the dragon wins here :) Happy SGD to the poms :)

  • Ayca

    Ayca said 7 years ago

    Awesome!

  • wandaandkrystyna

    wandaandkrystyna said 7 years ago

    wow! i just love the predator rings!

  • adrienneaudrey

    adrienneaudrey said 7 years ago

    Those claws are pretty wild. Great finds as usual!!

  • ConservationClothing

    ConservationClothing said 7 years ago

    The Ancient Romans started the dragon thing, I believe, for the soldiers would march with a dragon flag everywhere they ruled from the Mediteranean all the way to the Celtic "frontier" now known as Scotland & England. COZY DRAGON unisex top http://www.etsy.com/listing/40565795/gryphon-dragon-silver-glitter-tee-top

  • archaicdesign

    archaicdesign said 7 years ago

    I love this feature! definitely "Keep It Weird" thank you Michelle.

  • artofjane

    artofjane said 7 years ago

    My son would have loved the predator rings when he was a little boy, and I love "Except for That One" Too cool.

  • backbonestudio

    backbonestudio said 7 years ago

    Those Predator Rings are beautifully made, demand respect and no back talk!

  • schparkly

    schparkly said 7 years ago

    The Predator Rings are AWESOME!

  • ZenAndCoffee

    ZenAndCoffee said 7 years ago

    Beautiful feature! I love those claws! I just listed this dragon themed pair yesterday! Breath of the Dragon Jewel Earth Tone Tie Dyed Extra Long Arm Warmers: http://www.etsy.com/listing/45359933/breath-of-the-dragon-jewel-earth-tone

  • SepiaLepus

    SepiaLepus said 7 years ago

    Great stuff! Love the claws.

  • ZenAndCoffee

    ZenAndCoffee said 7 years ago

    Beautiful feature! I love those claws! I just listed this dragon themed pair yesterday! Breath of the Dragon Jewel Earth Tone Tie Dyed Extra Long Arm Warmers: http://www.etsy.com/listing/45359933/breath-of-the-dragon-jewel-earth-tone

  • ZenAndCoffee

    ZenAndCoffee said 7 years ago

    Ugh! I am soooo sorry! I did not mean for that to post twice. Again, thank you so much for the wonderful article!

  • TwoHeartsStudio

    TwoHeartsStudio said 7 years ago

    I love the claws. Such an enticing look.

  • OctopusMe

    OctopusMe said 7 years ago

    Those rings Predator rings are just awesome!! Looking forward to seeing more of your work! (O)(o)(O)(O)(O)!! ~OctopusME!

  • mingtaphotography

    mingtaphotography said 7 years ago

    Cool!

  • iktomi

    iktomi said 7 years ago

    Those claws freak me the heck out. Delicously weird.

  • DPKministat

    DPKministat said 7 years ago

    I can't wait to put my dragon up in my shop. Danielle's claws are outstanding!

  • CositasSeriasVintage

    CositasSeriasVintage said 7 years ago

    I can see Lady Gaga wearing those nails! ha! brilliant

  • ModelCitizen

    ModelCitizen said 7 years ago

    good gawd! Those predator rings are incredibly bad ass!

  • bedbuggs

    bedbuggs said 7 years ago

    Gotta love dragons!

  • polkadotmagpie

    polkadotmagpie said 7 years ago

    Those claws remind me of some of my bird of prey buddies. Very cool.

  • DreamReignDesigns

    DreamReignDesigns said 7 years ago

    Dragons and old dudes and scary-nailed fingers these things are powerfully cool 'Magic-Bringers' lizardly affections and caffeine confections the taste on the guy in my mouth kinda lingers! Dream

  • moonstr

    moonstr said 7 years ago

    wow those nails are awesome!

  • greeneyezdesignz

    greeneyezdesignz said 7 years ago

    I love dragons, too! Check out the beaded septarian dragon stone pin that I made. It features a late 1800's metal dragon button!

  • tigersanddragons

    tigersanddragons said 7 years ago

    Love this week's theme. Now I have to worry about dragons in my Cappucchino.

  • YouAreYou

    YouAreYou said 7 years ago

    Woohoo weirdo Dragons ROCK!

  • ebrukSupplies

    ebrukSupplies said 7 years ago

    What a funny collection.

  • boutiqueseragun

    boutiqueseragun said 7 years ago

    Great feature..

  • dreamyvintage

    dreamyvintage said 7 years ago

    predators rings are amazing!

  • elemegibere

    elemegibere said 7 years ago

    Strange!

  • amycantini

    amycantini said 7 years ago

    Why are they 'creatures of sin and destruction' ...why must they be percieved as such. They are awesome...I'd like to have one. A real one :)

  • hollypaints

    hollypaints said 7 years ago

    Geriatric Dragons Rule!

  • slumptown

    slumptown said 7 years ago

    Love the dragons, the fuzzy and the scaly! Great feature those rings are to die for.

  • WoodenThingsAndMe

    WoodenThingsAndMe said 7 years ago

    The Dragons in my shop are in love with that hand!!

  • EJPcreations

    EJPcreations said 7 years ago

    Such cool items! I love the claws!!!!

  • yjennings

    yjennings said 7 years ago

    Lovin it...and those claws too!!

  • ARTOFME

    ARTOFME said 7 years ago

    Dreyko puppet is cool! LOVE IT

  • thenewblackmarket

    thenewblackmarket said 7 years ago

    oh goodness imagine the damage that you can do with those claws...

  • feltonthefly

    feltonthefly said 7 years ago

    This is a great collection. So glad you're recognizing St. George's Day!

  • paramountvintage

    paramountvintage said 7 years ago

    the predator rings are strangely beautiful.

  • GoodGriefGlass

    GoodGriefGlass said 7 years ago

    Thanks for the weirdness.

  • Beadymonkey

    Beadymonkey said 7 years ago

    Such fantastic creations! WOW!

  • KatsKube

    KatsKube said 7 years ago

    the nails are wicked cool

  • LavaGifts

    LavaGifts said 7 years ago

    very cool

  • bejeweledbynikki

    bejeweledbynikki said 7 years ago

    ah Michelle....you have the coolest job! xo

  • VedaArts

    VedaArts said 7 years ago

    so cool. this reminds me of the dark crystal! skecksies!!

  • JulieAbrams

    JulieAbrams said 7 years ago

    Lovely!

  • LateToTheRevolution

    LateToTheRevolution said 7 years ago

    Mwahaha... LUCK DRAGON..."ATREYU!!!!"

  • BobsBrass

    BobsBrass said 7 years ago

    I am now obsessed with those talons! Very cool and freaky!

  • BellaLili

    BellaLili said 7 years ago

    ooh Dragons! My favorite. :)

  • WickedClayGirl

    WickedClayGirl said 7 years ago

    I am DIGGING on those claws!

  • ArtisticIntentions

    ArtisticIntentions said 7 years ago

    Those dragon claws are really cool!!!!

  • recycledwares

    recycledwares said 7 years ago

    dragons, what great mythical creatures. the claws are really cool!!

  • SpottedFish

    SpottedFish said 7 years ago

    Wish I could wear those claws to work ... seriously!!!!

  • craftanonteam

    craftanonteam said 7 years ago

    Me love!!!Keep it weird are my favorite storque post!!!

  • 1AEON

    1AEON said 7 years ago

    time to bring in the dragons! bring the craws!!

  • ScienceKitty

    ScienceKitty said 7 years ago

    Love the Dragons!

  • TIMBEELO

    TIMBEELO said 7 years ago

    very very cool!!!

  • AMSkrafts

    AMSkrafts said 7 years ago

    these works are amazing! i am totally in awe of the driftwood dragon; it just blows my mind!

  • AMSkrafts

    AMSkrafts said 7 years ago

    i am simply in awe of all these incredible listings. the driftwood dragon totally blows my mind! wonderful

  • SchneiderGallery

    SchneiderGallery said 7 years ago

    I loooove dragons, maybe I even was one in previous life :) fantastic finds!!!

  • authorsdaughter

    authorsdaughter said 7 years ago

    amazing dragon nails- never seen the likes before!!

  • GlamRockEmporium

    GlamRockEmporium said 7 years ago

    Wow! Rockin' collection of images! I love this theme!

  • meteor

    meteor said 7 years ago

    .... frightful nails...do not want to see them at night :s

  • 2treasurehunt

    2treasurehunt said 7 years ago

    We love the dragon rings.

  • artangel

    artangel said 7 years ago

    Great to see a St Georges Day theme! Those shoes by SoleSensations are amazing - not sure where I'd wear them though!!

  • TchotchkesByHolly

    TchotchkesByHolly said 7 years ago

    those claws look like a good way to scratch your back. lol now that would get rid of that itch quick!

  • FNsCouture

    FNsCouture said 7 years ago

    love the theme very wild and beautiful.

  • redsofa

    redsofa said 7 years ago

    thank you for sharing! feast for the eyes as usual :)

  • redsofa

    redsofa said 7 years ago

    thank you for sharing, feast for the eyes as usual :)

  • shulamite

    shulamite said 7 years ago

    LOVE the talons, they are so awesome!

  • MaliceInUnderlandArt

    MaliceInUnderlandArt said 7 years ago

    I love dragons! Great article. =)

  • craftpile

    craftpile said 7 years ago

    geriatric dragons....too cute!!

  • HighRidgeRockNbeads

    HighRidgeRockNbeads said 7 years ago

    Yikes! Those predator rings are something else!

  • girltuesdayjewelry

    girltuesdayjewelry said 7 years ago

    Amazing talon rings!

  • ohbabydotcom

    ohbabydotcom said 7 years ago

    OMG! Those Predator Rings would scare your blind date away. Great and very weird.

  • HeavenAwaits

    HeavenAwaits said 7 years ago

    YIKES-A-Bee!

  • EarthBabyDesigns

    EarthBabyDesigns said 7 years ago

    Those dragon talon fingertip rings are amazing! And Dreyko, the dragon puppet is adorable.

  • aprilburrisart

    aprilburrisart said 7 years ago

    This is the kind of stuff I looove about Etsy!!!

  • dragonclaw

    dragonclaw said 7 years ago

    Wow what a beautiful collection of dragon magic art!

  • BRIGHTANDBEAUTIFUL88

    BRIGHTANDBEAUTIFUL88 said 7 years ago

    FYI Stuff: DRAGONS IN HISTORY "The dragons of legend are strangely like actual creatures that have lived in the past. They are much like the great reptiles which inhabited the earth long before man is supposed to have appeared on earth. Dragons were generally evil and destructive. Every country had them in its mythology." (Knox, Wilson, "Dragon," The World Book Encyclopedia, vol. 5, 1973, p. 265) Stories of dragons have been handed down for generations in many civilizations. No doubt many of these stories have been exaggerated through the years. But that does not mean they had no original basis in fact. Even some living lizards look like dragons and it is easy to see how a larger variety of such an animal could frighten a community. Have you ever seen an old dinosaur film where they used an iguana in a miniature town set to create the illusion of a great dragon? In 2004 a fascinating dinosaur skull was donated to the Children's Museum of Indianapolis by three Sioux City, Iowa, residents who found it during a trip to the Hell Creek Formation in South Dakota. The trio are still excavating the site, looking for more of the dinosaur's bones. Because of its dragon-like head, horns and teeth, the new species was dubbed Dracorex hogwartsia. This name honors the Harry Potter fictional works, which features the Hogwarts School and recently popularized dragons. The dinosaur's skull mixes spiky horns, bumps and a long muzzle. But unlike other members of the pachycephalosaur family, which have domed foreheads, this one is flat-headed. Consider some of the ancient stories of dragons, some fictional and some that might be authentic history of dinosaurs. Dragons are featured in the ancient Gilgamesh Epic, a Sumerian story from about 3000 BC. (Kramer, Samuel, History Begins at Sumer, 1959, pp.170-81.) Daniel was said to kill a dragon in the apocryphal chapters of the Bible. After Alexander the Great invaded India he brought back reports of seeing a great hissing dragon living in a cave. Later Greek rulers supposedly brought dragons alive from Ethiopia. (Gould, Charles, Mythical Monsters, W.H. Allen & Co., London, 1886, pp. 382-383.) Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia ("Dinosaurî entry) explains that the historical references to dinosaur bones may extend as far back as the 5th century BC. In fact, some scholars think that the Greek historian Herodotus was referring to fossilized dinosaur skeletons and eggs when he described griffins guarding nests in central Asia. "Dragon bones" mentioned in a 3rd century AD text from China are thought to refer to bones of dinosaurs. The Chinese have many stories of dragons. Some ornamental pictures of dragons are shaped remarkably like dinosaurs. Marco Polo reported in 1271 that on special occasions the royal chariot was pulled by dragons and in 1611 the emperor appointed the post of a ìRoyal Dragon Feeder.î Books even tell of Chinese families raising dragons to use their blood for medicines and highly prizing their eggs. (DeVisser, Marinus Willem, The Dragon in China & Japan, 1969.) To the right are pictures of fossilized Protoceratops dinosaur eggs (one is double-yoked) from China that are currently on display at Creation Evidence Museum. It is interesting that the twelve signs of the Chinese zodiac are all animals--eleven of which are still alive today. But is the twelfth, the dragon merely a legend or is it based on a real animal-- the dinosaur? It doesn't seem logical that the ancient Chinese, when constructing their zodiac, would include one mythical animal with eleven real animals. "The interpretation of dinosaurs as dragons goes back more than two thousand years in Chinese culture. They were regarded as sacred, as a symbol of power..." (Zhiming, Doug, Dinosaurs From China, 1988, p. 9.) Shown here are dragons that were cast in red gold and embossed during the Tang Dynasty (618-906 AD). Notice the long neck and tail, the frills, and the lithe stance. Evolutionists have brought forward some bizarre theories for how such realistic depictions could have been made.

  • BRIGHTANDBEAUTIFUL88

    BRIGHTANDBEAUTIFUL88 said 7 years ago

    DRAGONS IN HISTORY "The dragons of legend are strangely like actual creatures that have lived in the past. They are much like the great reptiles which inhabited the earth long before man is supposed to have appeared on earth. Dragons were generally evil and destructive. Every country had them in its mythology." (Knox, Wilson, "Dragon," The World Book Encyclopedia, vol. 5, 1973, p. 265) Stories of dragons have been handed down for generations in many civilizations. No doubt many of these stories have been exaggerated through the years. But that does not mean they had no original basis in fact. Even some living lizards look like dragons and it is easy to see how a larger variety of such an animal could frighten a community. Have you ever seen an old dinosaur film where they used an iguana in a miniature town set to create the illusion of a great dragon? In 2004 a fascinating dinosaur skull was donated to the Children's Museum of Indianapolis by three Sioux City, Iowa, residents who found it during a trip to the Hell Creek Formation in South Dakota. The trio are still excavating the site, looking for more of the dinosaur's bones. Because of its dragon-like head, horns and teeth, the new species was dubbed Dracorex hogwartsia. This name honors the Harry Potter fictional works, which features the Hogwarts School and recently popularized dragons. The dinosaur's skull mixes spiky horns, bumps and a long muzzle. But unlike other members of the pachycephalosaur family, which have domed foreheads, this one is flat-headed. Consider some of the ancient stories of dragons, some fictional and some that might be authentic history of dinosaurs.

  • BRIGHTANDBEAUTIFUL88

    BRIGHTANDBEAUTIFUL88 said 7 years ago

    Part 2 DRAGONS IN HISTORY Dragons are featured in the ancient Gilgamesh Epic, a Sumerian story from about 3000 BC. (Kramer, Samuel, History Begins at Sumer, 1959, pp.170-81.) Daniel was said to kill a dragon in the apocryphal chapters of the Bible. After Alexander the Great invaded India he brought back reports of seeing a great hissing dragon living in a cave. Later Greek rulers supposedly brought dragons alive from Ethiopia. (Gould, Charles, Mythical Monsters, W.H. Allen & Co., London, 1886, pp. 382-383.) Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia ("Dinosaurî entry) explains that the historical references to dinosaur bones may extend as far back as the 5th century BC. In fact, some scholars think that the Greek historian Herodotus was referring to fossilized dinosaur skeletons and eggs when he described griffins guarding nests in central Asia. "Dragon bones" mentioned in a 3rd century AD text from China are thought to refer to bones of dinosaurs. The Chinese have many stories of dragons. Some ornamental pictures of dragons are shaped remarkably like dinosaurs. Marco Polo reported in 1271 that on special occasions the royal chariot was pulled by dragons and in 1611 the emperor appointed the post of a ìRoyal Dragon Feeder.î Books even tell of Chinese families raising dragons to use their blood for medicines and highly prizing their eggs. (DeVisser, Marinus Willem, The Dragon in China & Japan, 1969.) To the right are pictures of fossilized Protoceratops dinosaur eggs (one is double-yoked) from China that are currently on display at Creation Evidence Museum. It is interesting that the twelve signs of the Chinese zodiac are all animals--eleven of which are still alive today. But is the twelfth, the dragon merely a legend or is it based on a real animal-- the dinosaur? It doesn't seem logical that the ancient Chinese, when constructing their zodiac, would include one mythical animal with eleven real animals. "The interpretation of dinosaurs as dragons goes back more than two thousand years in Chinese culture. They were regarded as sacred, as a symbol of power..." (Zhiming, Doug, Dinosaurs From China, 1988, p. 9.) Shown here are dragons that were cast in red gold and embossed during the Tang Dynasty (618-906 AD). Notice the long neck and tail, the frills, and the lithe stance. Evolutionists have brought forward some bizarre theories for how such realistic depictions could have been made.

  • BRIGHTANDBEAUTIFUL88

    BRIGHTANDBEAUTIFUL88 said 7 years ago

    Sorry, accidently hit the button 2Xs. Kinda fun though, huh?

  • baconsquarefarm

    baconsquarefarm said 7 years ago

    The nails have it~ bet you have fun perusing for pic's for your keep it weird spot, good job.

  • shannondzikas

    shannondzikas said 7 years ago

    I want an excuse to wear talons. I wonder if I could knit while wearing them?

  • AdultIndulgences

    AdultIndulgences said 7 years ago

    Whew. Love it. Those bird of prey claws are lovely. I know some Goth folks who would love it, not to mention every Ninja in the world. Way cool.

  • mscindy

    mscindy said 7 years ago

    I love weird! Thanks for sharing.

  • FableBay

    FableBay said 7 years ago

    quite an inspired collection! these items are brilliant and provoke the imagination!

  • SpringColors

    SpringColors said 7 years ago

    the dragon claws rings are amazing

  • UniqueLooksByAG

    UniqueLooksByAG said 7 years ago

    Wow those talons are awesome! Wish I could come up with a reason to wear them.

  • love4rocks

    love4rocks said 7 years ago

    That is a awesome collection.

  • AnnTig

    AnnTig said 7 years ago

    Love Dragons!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 2TrickPony

    2TrickPony said 7 years ago

    And I never knew that I needed claws....until now. and a dragon. as a pet.

  • rozzie

    rozzie said 7 years ago

    the claws caught my attentioN!

  • PaganGypsy

    PaganGypsy said 7 years ago

    I absolutely love these dragons!!! Awesome work

  • Sutekidane

    Sutekidane said 7 years ago

    Creepy holiday :D

  • JBMoods2

    JBMoods2 said 7 years ago

    OMG!! I love the talons! If I could they'd go in my cart right now! Is there a cheaper version? lol WOW WOW & WOW!!

  • ZZsROCKnRECYCLABLES

    ZZsROCKnRECYCLABLES said 7 years ago

    Pretty freakin cool finds here!!!!!

  • FloweryDeer

    FloweryDeer said 7 years ago

    Wow! Awesome!

  • purpleandlime

    purpleandlime said 7 years ago

    Great post!!! My last name is George so it's a little holiday for me....

  • madeofsherbert

    madeofsherbert said 7 years ago

    The curly luck dragon reminds me of the flying thing out of the never ending story.

  • Craftelina

    Craftelina said 7 years ago

    The Predator Rings are wired, talanted and natural looking at the same time

  • justmejewelry

    justmejewelry said 7 years ago

    Wow! Amazing! I love the Predator Rings. The picture draws my attention!!!

  • seaofbees

    seaofbees said 7 years ago

    i love those claws!

  • seasonsart1031

    seasonsart1031 said 7 years ago

    Cool Claws wild & weird finds!

  • mazedasastoat

    mazedasastoat said 7 years ago

    Wow... wierd AND dragons... BLISS!

  • mythunderstood

    mythunderstood said 7 years ago

    golly.

  • themefragrance

    themefragrance said 7 years ago

    The rings are very much like fingernail protectors used in ancient China- google them.

  • BurningHeartArt

    BurningHeartArt said 7 years ago

    Wonderful and strange, I LOVE it!

  • dragonsmoon

    dragonsmoon said 7 years ago

    So many dragons! So little time.... I have a few looking for homes :D

  • hncr1990

    hncr1990 said 7 years ago

    hehe i really like this blog! especially the dragon that looks like it's from 'never ending story'

  • LittleWrenPottery

    LittleWrenPottery said 7 years ago

    Great theme it was recently st. georges day last friday here in the UK!

  • camamiel

    camamiel said 7 years ago

    Oh, I love dragons so much.

  • hypnoteyezed

    hypnoteyezed said 7 years ago

    Oh the dragon from the Never Ending Story! I adore that movie

  • monkeynorman

    monkeynorman said 7 years ago

    I adore the sculpture from The Side Stance Life and Lunas Puppets Dreyko. I love dragons, think I need to make some!

  • grandmamarievintage

    grandmamarievintage said 7 years ago

    The predator rings are really intense, but if I saw someone wearing them, I would think, "pretty badass".

  • willowtreepottery

    willowtreepottery said 7 years ago

    Drom one dragon lover to another. Those claws are awesome. I think dragons get a bad rap. In my world dragons are partners with riders. Anyone who loves dragons should read the Dragon Riders of Pern series by Ann McCaffrey.

  • willowtreepottery

    willowtreepottery said 7 years ago

    From not Drom

  • ClockworkZero

    ClockworkZero said 7 years ago

    Love love love the Keep it Weird section and look forward to reading it all the time. Keep it up and weird!

  • BlackOut101

    BlackOut101 said 7 years ago

    crazy!! luv them though, i could use a pair (two little brothers)

  • meltholiz

    meltholiz said 7 years ago

    Oh I love dragons!! Beautiful... rings? it also makes me think of this piece, by a beautiful artist: http://www.etsy.com/listing/44099044/custom-order-any-print-in-my-gallery-in

  • SoapAfterDark

    SoapAfterDark said 7 years ago

    Ok...those predator rings are AWESOME!!!! They would be totally dangerous to have during PMS though! LOL I GOTTA have them!

  • TheMosaicJewelryShop

    TheMosaicJewelryShop said 7 years ago

    Wow, I love this!

  • xxmatiaxx

    xxmatiaxx said 7 years ago

    its hard to take something that ppl find unusual and make it undeniably kewl. The predatior rings are awesome!

  • Ladykonnyaku

    Ladykonnyaku said 7 years ago

    RAWR!! Dragons ain't cheap!!

  • DolineBlochDesigns

    DolineBlochDesigns said 7 years ago

    love dragons!

  • SewObsession

    SewObsession said 7 years ago

    pretty nails love them or should i say claws.......

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