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Giant Gegurl

Done:) and many more to go... and as usual there is always retard here and there..and my excuse are it meant to be that way...and I am so love it:)



I love my bigger version of Gegurl:) 

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Lady Windsor said…
im thinking to adopt one more gegurl larr Syam..the one that i adopted bef was given to little Zara Sofea, my sister's doter..:)
Little Syam said…
I am making more this week for Fuyoh Bazaar...and I love my big one .... he he...

jom lah datangnFuyoh Bazaar... we should meetlah...nanti before raya we get together ya...
Lady Windsor said…
I wish i can join u and Eita @ Fuyoh but unfortunately, within that period ill be away...fly to China for few days and Eita did ask me to buy a China fabric for her...:)

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