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Nash Khan
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Architecture student

What are your hobbies?

You could say I'm probably married to graphic design and if I find the opportunity, I become a photographer (though forever a learner) and a writer too! Back in high school, I'd be consistently chosen to whip up inspirational write-ups for the other girls!

What are your favorite crafts and what's your craft space like?

I totally love interior decorating and making gorgeous decor solutions for my little haven. I also occasionally crave for a fashion DIY to quench my ravenous crafty spirit!

What do you craft along to?

I usually tend to charge myself up by humming - a lot. I feel particularly at peace with absolutely no noise or when when it's raining!

What was the first project you ever made?

I was a drawer when young and very poor at crafting because I was the messy kid (I still sort of am), but the first 'proper' thing I remember making was a paper boat for class!

What are your favorite items to make?

I love quirky and unique wall art,beautiful jewelry & accessories. I absolutely crush over glitter and lace projects but if you hook up with my bloggie projects you'll notice that I can never resist including floral/rose patterns in my projects.I also love changing up my workspace now and then depending on my seasonal moods! :)

Which other craft blogs do you love to read?

There are a ton I can mention, but I love reading Damask Love, Lia Griffith, Design Sponge,Decor8,The Sweetest Occasion and Agus Yornet (the blogger is my age and is crazy creative), to name a few!

Nash Khan
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Graphic Designing, Photography, DIY Favorite Color: Favorite TV Show: Favorite Book: Favorite City: Favorite Food:

What's your favorite...

TV Show
The Apartment!
I really can't decide between my top 3- Paris, Atlanta and Bursa (Turkey)
Oh, I have SO MANY, I usually gravitate toward the suspense/thriller genre and then I also love the ones that give you the feels like Phatik Chand by Satyajit Ray, it's simplicity oddly makes it so multidimensional!
Black although there are multiple favorite color palettes I frequently use!
Probably Chicken Tikka Masala (without debating over whether it's an Indian/British dish!) Apart from that you can usually find me making Chinese cuisine in the kitchen ;)
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