Yes, if you want to see the PELUKA sisters in person, just visit us at Le Duo Restaurant! *lol*
Seriously, we joined the Christmas Bazaar at Le Duo. It’s one thing in our wish list that we were able to do this year. The first time was at the Mith Samlanh’s fair, and now here. We are all into this for fun and experience, and of course, if we can sell our handmade items then GOOD for us!
Le Duo is one of the popular Italian restaurants in the city. A week ago, they held a very successful bazaar and due to public demand, they extended it to ten more days (started yesterday and will run through Dec 23). Anyone who is looking for great Christmas shopping ideas, including fabulous Christmas decors, should not miss the Christmas Village at Le Duo. The Christmas Village bazaar is not as big in terms of vendors and space compared to the one hosted by the Women’s International Group (WIG). However small the area may be there are rows of booths with lots of stuffs for the family and for that particular someone who is very hard to shop for on your list. There many new things and products (and food!) in the different booths there and you might just find what you’re looking for at the Christmas Village. Our booth, right picture, is here. We have unique handmade jewelries and crocheted crafts.
This is a closer view of the products at the Peluka sisterhood stall. It was named after Josiet as she’s the main contact this time around.
Please excuse the shameless plug. If you want to see more of Josiet’s accessories and my and Lui’s needleworks (mostly crochets) accessories, visit us at Josiet Accessory and Sreisaat Crafts, and My Crafting Den, respectively.
There is no admission fee at the Christmas Village Bazaar so, please, come and have a look. It is open at 4pm until 8pm. Remember, it will run until Dec 23. So what are you waiting for? Bring your family and friends and enjoy the fun, fab finds, and good buys!