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Shabneez Khan-Muztar

Shabneez Khan-Muztar


  • Craft Room Snack: If I’m honest, I don’t snack when I’m crafting, as I worry about getting crumbs on my projects!
  • Colour: Rainbow!
  • Hobby (besides crafting!): Cooking
  • Season: Autumn
  • Place: Garden
  • Smell: Freshly baked bread
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About Shabneez Khan-Muztar

I’ve always been interested in crafting from a young age, just as my children are now. I remember learning cross stitch and finger knitting at school, and I really enjoyed pottery! I also used to collect stationery, and put it to good use writing to pen pals from all over the world.

It wasn’t until I was expecting my first child, that I discovered cardmaking. I bought a kit together with a few supplies, and it just took off from there! Now I’m a freelance craft designer & demonstrator, and regularly demonstrate in stores for Trimcraft. I love meeting crafters from all over the UK, and sharing my love of papercraft!

For the past few years, I’ve been fortunate enough to craft every day. I love immersing myself in my own little world, creating projects for work, commissions, design teams, family, friends and the Create & Craft content & design team.


What’s Your Favourite Thing To Make?

So long as it involves paper, I’ll certainly have a go at making it!

What’s Your Favourite Material To Work With?


Tell Us About Your Funniest Crafting Mistake…

I still remember getting glitter glue all over a project I’d been working on, because the nozzle was blocked, and I just happened to squeeze so hard that the top popped off!

Do You Have A Top Crafting Tip?

Design your project by laying all your materials and embellishments out, then take a photo before you stick everything down.

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