Washi Tape Hoarders and Crafty Gals in the South Need to Head to ATC This Thursday

Hey Kessy is headed to ATC!
by Macy Alcaraz   |  May 9, 2017
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Washi tape collectors, enthusiasts, hoarders—whatever you choose to call yourself, really—Hey Kessy is finally heading down south! The craft store, home to arts and crafts supplies and handmade knick-knacks, is opening its second branch in Alabang Town Center.

After teasing it for a couple of months, they've announced that they're finally opening their doors on Thursday, May 11. The shop is located at the upper ground floor beside Samsonite and Metro near Payless, Happy Skin, and Alabang-Zapote Entrance.

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Check out the signature interiors below! Can't wait to see those shelves filled up with craft goodies from these brands: Balbo, Stuff by Serena, Type and Treats, Urban Artlab, Wiggly Line, PAD Paper, Soak, Kimochi Arom,a Gantsilyo Guru, Pulseras by Kim, Design Hatch, Pointy Little Things, Thursday Craftlove, Cool Girls Club, Sunday Paper, Resurrection Furniture and Found Objects, Dekko, ONI, Dandy Ona, Felice, and more!

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Here are just some of the items you can shop for when you head there this week.

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Are you from the South? What other craft supplies do you wish were available in your area?

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