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hello all:)


It's been a while since my last post, life such a marathon with so many things in my plate. Many custom order need to be completed especially a number of guest book. I am excited to announce the opening of the our shop tentatively sating business on 15 December. There are slight delay 5 days later than the date we had planned, which was really bless to me. 

I am going on family vacation to Langkawi from 7- 9.  The planned had been made long time ago and I seems do not pay attention much on the date, flight ticket and accommodation because all been arranged by in laws.


I am excited, YES my furniture seems completed already.. but I haven't not do anything with my product yet. I am nervous, but at the same time, I have to clear all things in pipeline.


I've been eyeing the pallet from my paper supplier for so long. I asked them to keep it for me. I pay peanut for pallet but the carpenter fee was much higher. But I know I could reuse again and again.

I have attention of setting art my proper home studio...and definitely will be filled up with all this:)



I am so looking forward with the opening of the shop. 
Doing a collaboration and to be under the same roof with Oh&Ah and Gigi was just awesome... 
And wish me luck:)

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