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Book Binding Workshop 31 July-1 August 2010







Had my first Little Syam workshop for bookbinding which is super great:) Small class about 9 students enrolled.. I am really happy with the overall workshop which I felt so relaxing with good students. Meet with nice people..nice venue and it is like an escapism for a weekends, learning a new skill surrounded by nature. Not so sure when the next workshop yet since Ramadhan is around the corner.. perhaps on October... or could be at different venue.






Comments

Mescrap said…
THank you Syam, I enjoy the class so much...
Not too sure is there a follow up section ...hehe
Little Syam said…
hey..lay hoon Nice meeting you..you are so creative..good to know you..your art journaling such an inspirational... keep in touch ok.. Hey now I remember..that you have not learn the 2nd japanese binding... Just follow the instruction in the hand out I provide you...any problem let me know ya...
Luthien Thye said…
hi syam :)
i came here via lay hoon's blog and her post about your bookbinding class :) i'm so surprised but really delighted that a bookbinding class exist in malaysia :D i love books and do a little binding myself too :) perhaps one day i could attend one of your book binding workshops :)

HUGS!!
luthien :)
Little Syam said…
hi luthien,

I took elective class for book binding while I study at New Zealand long time ago...It's just another skill that anyone should have..It is interesting with long history of its own. In Malaysia unfortunately no one offering it. I've been teaching book binding at Dasein Academy of Art a few time and share as much as knowledge with people. The workshop at Taman Botani is my first workshop, I am thinking of doing it again..for future probably once a month. Just check my blog from time to time...ya..
Thanks for dropby:)
christene tee said…
Hi, Syam! I have totally fallen in love with those quaint bound notebooks!! Can you teach me? When will you have a next book binding class? Wow..you have totally inspired me!! BTW, I am not a scrapbooker. Will it be easy for a newbie to pick up?
Little Syam said…
hi Christene,

thanks for your interest... I will have my next book binding workshop after Ramadhan..... book binding is such a very easy, and cheap hobby... You just need to master the system(method). Anyone can learn...even children....(from age 12).. will keep you inform on upcoming workshop..Just drop me your email:)

TQ..have a nice day.
christene tee said…
great!! if you have a workshop for kids, let me know too. I have a 10 yr old and a 5 yr old. And please email me when u do have a book binding workshop coming up.

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