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New teddy Bunny >> Silkscreen version RM60

I had bookbinding morning slot with CY and we had so much fun. I get to know him through bazaar, and I am hoping he could extend his range of products through skill he had learnt. For someone that deal with craft material he pick up the skill with speed and his creation are super good too:)

Cheeky CY
New Lalala Bag 

S: RM35 ( dimension: 12" x 15")
M: RM55 (15" x 17.5")
L : RM80 (17" x 21")

Lalala Bag

Lalala Bag Specs
Hand silkscreen, same design could differ from one another interm of colours.
Material: Cotton canvas and inlay/double sewing inside (random fabric)
The blue line will disappear once washed.


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