November Birthstone Dragons – Topaz – by Various Artists

Happy Birthday to all my November-born readers!  This month you get two stones, Topaz and Citrine, which can get confused because both are (usually) orange/ yellow stones… so let’s start with this Topaz dragon by the awesome deviantartist Ariel Blyth, posting as Arukanoda (and purchased by fellow deviantartist Livard).  I love her description of this Pet-sized dragon: An aquatic dwelling…

October Birthstone Dragons – Opal – by Various Artists

Glad tidings to my October-born readers!  Let’s celebrate by checking out some amazing dragon artwork featuring Opal and Pink Tourmaline, the two stones that represent October.  First off we have this amazing dragon-eye/wing pendant called Darahmadar Silver and Ethiopian Opal by the team of Katarzyna Mielnik-Grzybowska and Mariusz Frodyma of Lunarieen Ltd.  You can see more awesome…

August Birthstone Dragons – Peridot – by Various Artists

Happy Birthday to my August-born readers!  You’re another lucky month with three different birthstones — Peridot, Spinel, and Sardonyx — but Peridot is by far the most popular, so let’s begin with the adorable peridot-colored August Dragon w/ Bow by American artist and crafter Amaze-ing Hats.  The artist writes, “The little girl who this dragon is for has…

July Birthstone Dragons – Ruby – by Various Artists

Happy Birthday to my July-born readers!  It’s really summertime now (it’s 100 degrees right now in Minneapolis!), so the firey red gem for this month’s birthstone is quite appropriate!  Up first is this beautifully colored piece called Ruby by Canadian deviantartist koyamori.  She has an amazing deviantart gallery, but she doesn’t post there anymore — now you…

June Birthstone Dragons – Alexandrite – by Various Artists

Happy Birthday to all my readers born in June!  This month we’re starting out with a cross-stitched pattern called Dragon Birthstone SAL – June/Alexandrite by American artist and crafter Gayle Tominaga, posting as jijikit, and created from a 2017 Mystery “Stitch-a-Long” pattern by Brittany Church of InglesideImaginarium.  Doesn’t he look so happy?  You can find more of Gayle’s art…