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What am I doing lately?


Arissa & Atie
What am I doing lately??? Just finished Japanese Charity Bazaar yesterday and the same day Atie went back to Indonesia for good. Sop..sop..sop. I don't capture any photo from the Bazaar:( The crowd is so overwhelming and meet up with many..many nice people...potential for collabration and workshop.
hope she'll love it:)
Got an email from one buyer from JB, interested to adopt my Dolltopia Duckie. Angie would like to give this soft toy to her daughter Zia (what a sweet name). Did the postage today, hope it will reach her safely.


November Gonna be a busy month for me. Got invited to have my book binding workshop at Raffles Design Institute on 11th & 12th. So gonna be busy preparing materials. A number for 40 students will attend the workshop. I am so looking forward to share the knowledge:)

Another job that need attention this month is an Exhibition at Matrade which is Intrade 2010 on the 8, 9,10 & 11....phewww

Another 2 Bazaar will come along later:
Bijou Bazaar 20 & 21 November (Sat & Sun from 10am - 8pm)
American Bazaar 25 November
So guys, please mark your date ok..

Such a crazy November, but alhamdullilah. I definitely gonna take a loooong break balik kampung on December. I miss emak & abah tremendously.

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