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JUNE - Busy Month

What a busy month I had…



That is not what Geek means to me. 
We are more than the hobbies that we do or the things that we like. 
To me, Geek means 
an outsider, a rebel, a dreamer, a creator, a fighter. 
It's a person who dares to love something that isn't conventional.
Felicia Day



14 JUNE 2014
Me, Gigi and Sweii was participated in Bukit Damansara Carnival. I need a break and little push…


Few books I managed to create available for sale at the carnival.


And I am creating new character - Potato Man 
My first buyer of Potato Man, her mom text me this picture:) Hana Meriam
I was on NST page 3 the next day… hahahaha:)
15 JUNE 2014
Phewww and I am having a children workshop the next day. Client call at the very last minute, one week before workshop, they want the workshop to be part of SKC open day…

 

I am teaching them how to make a die cut Father's Day card, an envelope and a moustache:) Hope they enjoy making this and this card are precious because it's handmade:)




I have few custom order inbetween, 3 books to fly to Japan with Batik; local flavor for the cover and one black leather book that very have tight deadline for the event.



I am having such a happy busy day:) I feel so grateful to always have something to work on.

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