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Happy Saturday

I had spent a great Saturday with Arissa and Syamil at Creative Muse organised by CutOut Magazine. Eventhough a bit quite for the first time event, but I am sure it going to be as competitive compares to other handmade bazaar. The Weld provide ample cheap parking space, only RM2 on Saturday. Met with many familiar faces, students from workshop & crafter friends.

Creative Muse had a full support from artisan, very good starting and more for the future. I hope to join them the next time around:)

Here I would like to share cute stuff that I bought from our talented local artisan.
1) Natural cotton printed tape from http://fabricfanatics.blogspot.com/
2) Key chain felt figurine, elastic band & sticker tape from YinZ
3) Adorable crochet from Pei Chuey
4) Fabric button badges from Mei http://www.facebook.com/iheartbadges

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