13.6.16

Malaysia's Etsy Craft Parties This Weekend - Mark Your Calendars!

Every year, Etsy announces its annual craft party to all its users. The idea was to encourage Etsy teams from all over the world, to gather local etsians and creatives of artists and makers to throw a global #etsycraftparty.

In Malaysia, the local creative community has been growing rapidly with more and more creative enthusiasts coming out of their shell to unleash their artist in them. What better way than to gather together at an event where everyone speaks the same language, shares the same interest and vision? That's right, we do it at an actual Craft Party brought to you by a homegrown, up and coming creative group known as Handmade in Malaysia (HIM).

The Etsy Craft Party by Handmade in Malaysia will be held at Gamuda Walk, Kota Kemuning on the 18th June 2016, from 4pm - 7pm.

Besides mingling with fellow artists and crafters, participants will be able to enjoy some of the creative-related activities such as, photography workshop and demonstration, including group discussions led by different team leaders from Handmade in Malaysia. Participants will be able to learn together with other fellow creatives on creative photography, and exchange tips and ideas during discussion.

*The Etsy Craft Party by Handmde in Malaysia is open to members ONLY. Don't forget to join the group for future activities and opportunities.


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On a different note, for those of you who are living nearer towards the city, then you might want to check out the Etsy Craft Party by Team Etsy Malaysia in Publika, Kuala Lumpur featuring the Art of Weaving. It is also on the 18th June 2016, with 3 sessions to choose from. However, seats are selling fast so be sure to grab it while you can at RM15.

Don't miss out the fun with the fun bunch!

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