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hello thursday:)

Busy day...this was what I found out from my letter box yesterday:) December edition of Going Places with article for my book binding workshop on it. Thank You to Vivian, editor from Blu Inc....

I have consignment order for 5 books from my regular customer need to be completed this week..I've almost finish the binding part, gonna create a silkscreen cover and will share with all of you soon:)


Blossom inch said… got featured in Going Places, congrats Kak Syam! and you know I will always baca your blog.
Little Syam said…
Yuzzzzzzz... sihat? Bila nak jumpa ni???

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