Social media’s good for biz

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  • Monday, 25 Jan 2016

1 Lee (right) with sales executive Janie Martin at their store in 1 Utama Shopping Centre.2 The 3Doodler, a 3D printing pen, allows you to draw on surfaces and even in the air, creating 3D images like these.3 This mug was painted with Pebeo porcelain 150 paint.4 Create a 3D illusion of fish by painting on layers of synthetic resin.5 Craft Haven offers a wide range of arts and craft materials such as glass, porcelain, fabric, folk and decorative art, polymer clay, scrapbooking and rubber-stamping.— RAYMOND OOI/TheStar

Is there a future for craft shops in an era where our eyes are glued to the screens of mobile devices all of the time? The answer is a resounding yes, writes JESSIE LIM who talks to Doralisa Lee of Craft Haven.

WITH the prevalence of smartphones and tablets, and people everywhere seemingly unable to take their eyes of bright little screens, do people have time for hobbies and crafts anymore?

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