WIP Wednesday: Polymer Clay Dragons

Posted on July 2, 2014 in Work In Progress by Katie Oskin

Polymer Clay Dragons

Polymer Clay Dragons by KatersAcres

Once again it has been a very busy week! Time has flown by for me this week. But I am blessed to have a couple days off this week (which I am very much looking forward to) as well as spend some quality time with my hubby. So take a break with me and let’s see what’s been going on inside my polymer clay studio…

Polymer Clay Dragons Are Here

"Petunia" Polymer Clay Dragon by KatersAcres

“Petunia” – Adopted 7/1/14

One of my most frequently requested items from some of my adoptive parents are polymer clay dragons. For about 3 years I have had requests to make them and I rarely have.  Why not? I love dragons, but I have not had a reason to make any dragons. Because let’s keep something in mind: Kater’s Acres is Parker’s© playground. This is Parker’s world, not mine.

In Kater’s Acres, Parker© goes on adventures, visit strange new worlds, meets new friends, and so much more. Each season I release a theme of new designs or characters. This past Spring found Parker with his BUG Series (many still available for adoption in my Etsy store).

This summer, Parker found a new world hidden deep within Kater’s Acres … The Magical Forest.

While I won’t reveal all of the Forest’s deepest secrets, Parker is on a mission to find each and every one! For now, Parker is making many new polymer clay dragon friends … soon the Magic will be revealed. Several dragons have been adopted & custom ordered already, so be sure to visit my Etsy shop, these are OOAK and will not be remade!

Meet The Dragons Here * See Parker’s Wizard StoryBook Scene

While this WIP Wednesday post isn’t a traditional post, be sure to join me next week to see some of the fun that’s happened inside my studio (secrets that I can’t yet reveal)…

What are you working on?

What’s going on in your studio? What are you working on? Is there a project you’d like to see me tackle and feature on the blog? Let me know in the comments below. I’d love to hear your thoughts & ideas!


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