Monica from London Mums Magazine loves my little dolls costumes so much I have taken her advice and now I am selling my handmade dolls masks on Ebay. Each one is numbered and signed by me Sharon J. Bainbridge. This one I will list this weekend. I may start selling the costumes with wings too, depending on my fan base.
The above dolls mask is based on a fish with it's fishtails. The Lagoona Blue doll has fish fins on her arms and legs.
I believe these little masks will be worth a lot of money in years to come, so if you win the bid please look after them. As you can see here Waterstones are selling my book for over £60+, which is a complement, however it would be nice to recoup my expenses and get paid! My books have been sold all over the Internet for big money, even £80+. As a struggling Mother justice is yet to be served, but I will never give up!
Below you will see all the fairy costumes I hand painted and made for my fairy book Butterfly Lullaby. You would think this should be something the UK should be very proud of. Old history has a lot to answer for!
Britian's Got Talent. Dennis Egel. This guy made me laugh so much, I love his humour. The costume was brilliant and I was thoroughly entertained. But when the audience started to boo because he said he was from Germany, my heart sank. How utterly mean. We are meant to be a multi cultural Country and I for one am sick to death of racism and bullying. Having been on the other end of racism twice in my life it is no fun at all to be judged by people because of your nationality. My poor Nan died feeling ugly because of her skin colour. Give people a chance to shine and do not judge them from where they are from, remember everyone is different! We have nothing to do with the old wars or the new ones so please do not judge. Dennis Egel good luck from an English person who is ashamed to be British! Oh and I was told that the audience were told to boo.
Support the Voice UK. This is what life should be about not judging people on what they look like. Or making fun of people who think they can sing, when they clearly cannot. This is a true singing competition by people who care about individuals and do not support bullying. If you sing in a pub you are admired not made to feel worthless. "Just a pub singing!" Snobbery! Go Jessie J I support you 110% because you have morals, unlike some people I will not mention! And boy do you have talent! Simon cannot sing so what does he know? Good to see Tom Jones from Wales on this show too.
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