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Dragons are magical creatures and come in all shapes and sizes. This tutorial will teach you how to make the eyes of a dragon as well as the head and belly of a dragon, that will be made into a dragon head pendant. This tutorial is filled with color photographs and instructions detailing every step of the process. It will also help beginner and advanced lampworkers learn the process of off mandrel borosilicate lampworking. This tutorial will be e-mailed to you in PDF format and you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader or a similar program to open the file. I offer full e-mail support if you have any questions or problems concerning this tutorial. Send questions to rlchild (at) gmail.com.

Returns are not accepted as this information is being offered in PDF format and will be sent to you via e-mail. If you would like it sent to an e-mail address other than your paypal address. Please make a note in the comments box of the payment form. I send these out manually, so it may take as little as a few minutes or as long as 24 hours, but I will get this information sent to you as soon as possible after I have received the payment. Watch your e-mail box for this tutorial after making the purchase, and let your dragons come to life.

Lampworking Tutorial-How to Make Boro Glass Dragon Pendants-Technique-eBook

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