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LittleSyam Book Binding Workshop 5 - Day 2

Oh.. today was just perfect...Mr Sunny decided to turn up the whole day...I am less worried..YES the weather does affect me in so many ways....And I have no single complain today:P
Student > work in progress
Effa & Me
B&C > old buddy decided to join the workshop  together
Photo session time..
From Left Standing: Boon, Kak Norzie, Effa
From Left Sit: Christine, Me and Vivian
Me & Vivian
I am kind of more comfortable with the idea of having workshop at home today...that's why you can see more photos here..LOL and food turn out ok. We had Nasi Lemak with Sambal Udang and we sat on Lina's stool in my studio and borak-borak. It was such a relaxing sharing session..but as usual I forgot to capture any pictures during makan makan session.

Top: I love this photo > Vivian~work in progress
Bottom: Me & kak Norzie
Cynthia postponed second day session to next workshop so there are only 5 of them. I hope they have spend a worth weekend learning hand bound skill. Nice..very nice session..I had so much fun..
Student master piece

Till we meet again folk:)

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