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Jesselton Artisan Market

Kota Kinabalu is calling. I am going to participate in Jesselton Artisan Market at the same time will organise 2 workshop slots. I am so looking forward:)

You could book the space by email your detail as below to littlesyam@gmail.com
Name on certificate:
Date & Slot:
22 July DIY Notebook Workshop or 23 July Coptic Stitch Workshop
Contact Number:
Email:

Slot consider booked only upon payment of non-refundable RM50 deposit or full payment to:
Maybank account
Samsiah Binti Jendol
Account no: 164052355030


Kindly notify me via email of the payment proof once deposit has been banked in.



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