88 of 100 Happy Days: Art Friend at The Curve (A Craft Haven)

I decided that it’s time to start scrapbooking. I needed some craft materials but sourcing them is a tough task in itself.

Then I found out about Art Friends in The Curve. Believe it or not, it is the largest art & craft store I have seen in PJ thus far.

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The myraid of craft materials would make craft enthusiasts salivate and flit around like a butterfly in Spring.

Some of the things you can get: Sketch books, all sorts of papers, pens including Copico and acid-free, easels, paints and paintbrushes, stamps and ink pads, boxes, stickers, organising containers, mini trees for geographical projects… the list goes on. Can you imagine my joy?

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There are a mixture of pricier items and surprisingly affordable ones, something I realise other shops don’t offer.

I got most of what I wanted, but I couldn’t find the Distress Ink Pads I’ve been searching for lately.

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In the end the scrapbook I got was about RM35, the 24 patterned cardstock set was RM12 and the acid-free pen was roughly RM6.90.

I say roughly because I became a member (RM10 for 2 years membership) so I did get a discount on everything.

Let the craft mania begin.

87 of 100 Happy Days: Drinks

When I say drinks, I don’t mean anything alcoholic. Some food stalls open to wee hours here so a midnight snack can end up being a full meal.

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Chilling at Bangsar

I like that culture – nothing beats sitting down and chatting while having anything from fizzy drinks to fruit juices, teas, coffees and typical Malaysian yummies.

Especially after the usual Friday night event.