Picture
Thanks for visiting my site!  Please click on "Comments" above and leave a message to let me know what you think!
                                   Love,
                                                Sharon

4/11/2009 08:13:56 pm

Hi Sharon

I love your minitures & think you are really talented. What I would really love to see is your doll house decorated for christmas.

Reply
Anne-Marie
6/11/2009 03:01:04 am

Hi Sharon,

it is realy fascinating to be able to go back to your photo's over and over again and discover something new. the details in your work are amazing. thank you for sharing.

Reply
8/11/2009 05:26:39 pm

Thank you Linda & Anna-Marie. I'm glad you both enjoy my work!

Reply
Shirley
15/11/2009 09:57:34 pm

You have been my teacher for 10 years and I hope for another 10 years. Your imagination is amazing and your work is excellent.

Reply
Sharlene
29/11/2009 12:48:00 am

Hi Sharon,
I just LOVE this site. I've ALWAYS admired your wonderful talent and now you can share it with loads of people.
Well done and I'll tell all my friends to look too xxxx

Reply
Melissa
29/11/2009 06:30:59 pm

Hello Sharon
Fantastic website.
I've always told you that you are very talented..
Hurry up and do more mini's so i can
look at more photo's.

Reply
Charlize
12/1/2010 09:30:50 pm

Sharon, I saw the photo's of your porcelain dolls on SA Minis - They are gorgeous. You are soooooooo talented!!!!! I am off to look at the rest of your website!! Hugs Charlize

Reply
patricia
14/1/2010 05:58:06 am

Such a great talent, the dolls are so beautiful, it must be wonderful to create such fantastic outfits. a pleasure to view

Reply
11/4/2013 01:52:47 am

Your dolls are wonderful. Your dressing superb!!!!
lorrie

Reply
beryl
22/2/2010 09:45:05 pm

I love the 2 brides, but fell
absolutely in love with the
victorian goth... you are so
talented

Reply
Sharon
2/3/2010 02:42:17 pm

Glad you like her. She was inspired by a Victoria Frances painting. I'm now preparing to do a whole roombox of Victoria Frances inspired vampires!

Reply
sharon mileham
9/3/2011 11:06:48 pm

Sharon,
Your site is marvellous. It is quite discouraging. Here I am up in the
sticks, trying to find an of
inspiration, than I look at your
blog and know I will never achieve
such results. Love to "Ben's babes.
Hope to see you all soon.

Reply
Lee-Ann
23/6/2011 07:37:46 pm

These you can see are an absolute labour of love. They are just amazing and I congratulate you. You are extremely talented.
x

Reply
23/8/2012 07:06:30 am

Love your work Sharon. Is there any way we can "follow" your blog?

Reply
Sharon
19/9/2012 09:05:48 pm

You can now follow my blog by clicking on the "RSS Feed" link at the top of the Blog page, and subscribe.

Thank you for the query

Sharon

Reply
13/9/2012 06:19:40 pm

Thank you Lidi.

I am trying to add the appropriate "Follow" button to the blog page. Will let you know as soon as I figure it out

Reply
4/12/2012 07:23:13 pm

I love your dolls and your site. Your dolls and minis are inspiring.

susan

Reply
4/12/2012 07:35:36 pm

Thanks Susan,
Glad you like them!

Reply
Patt Stewart
17/6/2013 05:15:30 pm

Hi Sharon, really beautiful pieces and ideas.... isn't it just such fun? Do you sell any of your rugs or embroidered pieces?

Reply
Sharon
17/6/2013 05:49:14 pm

Hi Patt
Thank you - I don't know what I would do if I couldn't play with my minis - probably be certified insane.

I don't often sell my pieces as I make them for my own satisfaction and enjoyment. When I am persuaded to sell, its because someone has absolutely fallen in love with an item and they have twisted my arm because they MUST have it!!! (Like the doll called "Cynthia" - I took her to a friend's house to show off, even though she wasn't quite finished; and a lady there wouldn't let me go home without promising to sell her the doll! In fact, I asked too much for her, hoping to discourage her and keep my doll, but she dashed off to an ATM and came back with the cash. I was GOBSMACKED! LOL)

Reply
Izzy
2/9/2013 07:26:30 am

What a wonderful website. You do such beautiful work. I thoroughly enjoyed viewing all your miniatures. After 40+ years of doll work myself, I love to see other talented people's work.

Izzy

Reply
Sharon
2/9/2013 04:22:36 pm

Thank you Izzy! A compliment from someone as experienced as yourself really means a lot to me

Reply
Wilna Riekert
26/9/2013 12:57:01 am

Wow enjoyed your site and thank you sooo much for the stocking tutorial and advice on MSAT
Hope I can make dolls like this.... one day
Wilna

Reply
Aurora and Tessa
4/1/2014 04:05:16 pm

My mother and I had the pleasure of meeting you at the Durban Fair and are now the proud owners of the magnificent food and goodies you make! We have heard of your house and would love to see it all aglow.

Reply
Sharon
5/1/2014 06:40:49 pm

Hi Aurora & Tessa
I'm glad you are enjoying the fimo food you purchased.
I'm currently collecting ideas for a whole new selection to make for the next Fair!
You make me feel guilty about my house - i have been so busy with Real Life lately that I haven't had time to do some much needed maintenance on my house - Yup - even doll houses need dusting once in a while.

Reply
Kotie
10/3/2014 11:20:51 pm

Sharon, thank you for sharing all your lovely dolls I am a novice with miniatures, but would love to put "people"in all my room boxes

blessings
Kotie

Reply
Mez
27/4/2015 09:50:04 pm

Hi Sharon. I have just found your site and am thrilled. What a beautiful house you have built. Your dolls and needlework that I have admired for years, look stunning in their home space. I hope you have some more pics soon. I can't wait to see what you have done for the nursery. I love your kitchen, but no wait, I love everything about this house.

Reply
Marie Smith
19/7/2017 11:04:03 am

Hi, Can you tell me if you have a pattern for Tansy. I would love to make
her dress especially the sleeves, I need help.
marie

Reply
21/7/2017 11:28:30 pm

Hi Marie
Glad you like Tansy. She is from a kit by Dana Burton. Please drop me an email - sharonmaggott@yahoo.com.

Thank you

Reply



Leave a Reply.

    Sharon Maggott

    I started making miniatures in around 1995, when the pressures of making porcelain dolls to order really got to me; and dollmaking was no longer FUN!
    I found the world of making miniatures so interesting - there are so many hobbies and crafts here - just smaller

    Archives

    October 2009

    Categories

    All