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A friend of mine have a beautifully beaded camera. I had always wondered where she had gotten the sticky beads from. Then I chanced on a store selling the stickers meant for mobile phones: All you need to do is to carefully remove the stickers (small sticky beads) and stick it bead by bead on [...]

I came across a Facebook page where classes on beading (manik) and sequin (labuci) embroidery class and I think it is worth a mention here. A number of visitors here are like me who love and appreciate craft works. So when I see a fellow crafter advertising about the classes, I cannot resist putting it [...]

Below are some mini beading kids sold in Daiso- where parents can buy for their kids to encourage them on some beading projects since each item is sold at only RM5 (update price is now RM5.90): The kit comes with beads of various colours and strings. Geez, how nice when stuff like these were easily [...]

Here is a supplier of traditional Malay wedding gifts or 'hantaran kahwin" located in Kuala Lumpur- if you walk around Masjid India area, you can explore the shop and get to know more about the local crafts :) Previously I've bought some satin ribbons and beads from this shop. For traditional Malay weddings, there are 'barang [...]

Macy and Nam Thong are some of the popular suppliers of sewing products like ribbons, wools, and other arts and craft items. Both are located in Jalan Sultan, along the same roll of shophouses: Over the years, due to my interest in craft, I have spent a small fortune in both Macy and Nam Thong, [...]

If you want to get craft supplies and festive decorations, you can consider going to a supplier shop in PJ Old Town called Sin Wah. It is located next to McDonalds at PJ Old Town, opposite Watsons. You can get to Old Town via Rapid KL bus no. U66 that stops at the Jalan Othman [...]