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Creative Muse > 17 July Sunday

I was participated in Creative Muse the next day after Urbanscapes. I am so blessed having many students and friends that came to support the event and all other crafter. Creative Muse is an event held at The Weld organised by Cut Out Magazine team. Check this event that was held once a month, they are different from other art bazaar by having programme & performance during the event.
Top left: Lina & Vivian. Top right: Thanks Kak Norzie for coming:)
Bottom left: HuiYuen & Emi playing batu seremban. Bottom right:  Meet the artist session
Top: Effa in the house
bottom: Kelly, CY and Nolan
Baby Sophea...geeeeraaaammm, Jaszmyn's daughter
Thanks to both Eu Geen & Hui Ling. They always there to support our creative scene:)
bottom: Yummy soap


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