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Pheeeewww

I am not even half way done...and I am only have tonight to finish up my craft...Got to go back to home town for small family gathering tomorrow morning and comeback again the same night to catch Fuyoh Art Bazaar at Publika on Sunday...

Small note book with silkscreen cover.
Dolltopia Gegurl
Leather bound book
Some sneak peek what to expect from me this Sunday:) Hope to see you there..do say hi if you pass by my stall ya...

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John Ang said…
Nice leather binding. Where did you buy the raw leather?
John Ang said…
Nice leather binding. Where did you purchase the raw leather?

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