Miniature Blue Felt Toy Dragon #feltdragon
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Miniature Blue Felt Toy Dragon #feltdragon



Miniature Blue Felt Toy Dragon

This little felt toy dragon is named Lake. He is made of 100% wool felt. Approximately 4 inches tall, he would be a wonderful companion for adventures or to sit and guard your hoard. He will happily sit on a shelf, in a bag or on your computer. Lake is also fun to hold, cuddle or fly with your imagination.Lake is unusually fond of water. He likes to go swimming. Lake uses his wings to propel him through the water and his tail like a rudder. He's made friends with the Nessies that live nearby and loves to join them for games. Unfortunately, he's too buoyant and cannot dive as deeply as they do. What new adventures will Lake have with you?CAUTION: This toy dragon is not suitable for children under 3, or those that still taste their toys. While the eyes, mane, ears and wings are sewn on, things can happen.THE CARE AND FEEDING OF DRAGONSYour dragon is a special creature from the magical realm on the Mountain. He or she is used to gentle play. The head, neck, legs and tail do not move on your dragon and should not be forced. To move these parts will hurt the dragon and may lead to injury. While the wings do have some movement ability, it should be done in a gentle manner.If your dragon gets dirty, please do not give it a full bath without attempting one of these methods first.1. Create some soap foam using a gentle dish soap. Carefully use the bubbles on a soft cloth to rub gently on the area of dirt. Then take a clean damp cloth to rub away the soap residue.2. If that fails to clean your dragon, next try to use the cool, soapy (again gentle dish soap) water with a cotton bud (Q-tip) to rub the area of dirt. Again use a clean damp cloth to rub away the soap residue.If your dragon is so dirty that these methods fail, you can dip the dragon in a cool water and gentle soap solution gently scrubbing at the worst dirt. Rinse in clean cool water. Blot as much water as you can with a clean towel. Set the dragon on a clean paper towel or cloth. At this point the dragon needs some alone time to air dry for two to three days.Note that rubbing the felt may cause some of the fibers to roll up so do the least amount of rubbing to avoid a rough patch.Finally, please do not feed your dragon. It is already stuffed. :)

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