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Catching Up and La Conchita Donation Program

By Eka

It's been a while since the last time we blogged here.
Well, as some Facebook friends may have noticed, these couple of months we start to be focused on creating handmade bags as our main focus.

We made several types of bags, and the market response was quite enthusiastic. This is why, we start to decide getting more serious in developing our brand and assessing the market's specific preference on handmade bags.

Some pics of the bags from our "SOLD" album on FB :)

We also start to build our own website, which after several months of juggling between our main jobs, custom orders, and social life, it is finally ready in the 7 months anniversary of La Conchita.

We are glad that we have started this path and we will try to catch up what we have left soon after we sort things out.

On another note. We have some donation reports to do.

Thanks for our generous clients and friends, we can finally join the donation program which was arranged in our neighborhood last Ramadhan. We were inviting 40 orphaned children from Kedoyo, Sekarpuro, Malang to join together in a break-fasting event with the residents from our neighborhood.

We donated 40 goodie bags contains stationary in this events. Here are the pictures.

40 bags of goodie bags

Things inside the goodie bags

Up Close

 Tata individually sew each one of these pencil pouch within 3 days :)

We are lucky that we can share a lot of happiness with people from our neighborhood and the orphaned children that evening. We hope we can contribute more at the upcoming donation rounds.


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