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Signage for Margaret's Passion

Greetings! Kopivosian!

In preparation for setting up a flea market stall for Margaret's Passion at Megalong @ Mega Long Shopping Complex last weekend (14th & 15th Aug 2010), my responsibility was to design an interesting signage for our stall.

Since Evelyn is a seamstress, I went digging at her shop looking for some ideas for our signage on the eve of the event. I grabbed almost all her collections of buttons, ribbons, beads and stuff.

Then just when I was about to start, there was a blackout from 7pm until 11:30pm. Arrggh! What a bummer... Anyhow, I started almost 12 midnight and finished my design at 4am.

At 12am, I was still thinking, and the board was still blank. 
But hubby was already sweet dreaming away...

Then at 1am, ideas started popping out and design started to appear... Yeay...

By 2am, more ideas bursting out from my head... The signage is finally taking to its shape...

Isn't it gorgeous? :) Especially when it's done by hand... I'm loving it now... :)

Found these lovely buttons to light up the signage... Cute!

Tadaa! Here's our signage. It's done! :) 

I couldn't believe that it's done! And it was already 4am! I need to go to bed...

Ha....... :) I'm so, so happy that my job is finally done. Despite only slept for 3 hours, I was dragging myself like a zombie for the rest of the day, still, it was a great outing with the sisters, good job to myself!

I'm so pleased that the signage has attracted many to come forward and look at our stuff. One lady even gave me compliment for the beautiful, cute and sweet signage! Teehee!! :)

So when is our next date to participate for flea market? Let me settle with my house moving, I'll then talk about it. ;)

Cheers everybody!

Elephant Myspace Icon 2 Penny Manson


  1. NICEEEE!!!!! Don leave me out ya??? with a signage like that..your stall sure laku!!!!

  2. NICEEEE!!!!! I like!!! with a signage like that, you stall sure lakuuuuu!!!!!! don forget our project ah!


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