Its been a while since Nathan's tearoom has created a blog but we felt it appropriate to join this months. But at first it wasn't easy Autumn colours is the theme so we went through our current stash and panic we did....Autumn colours?? but suddenly it dawned upon me Autumn is a fabulous month of several different colours therefore you will see below our take of Autumn colours.
We created our little hut using sweet home stamps on crumb cake prestamped with hardwood and added the sunflower bucket and pumpkins from bike ride. These were coloured in using the watercolour pencils...we love these. the sentiment was pinched from jar of love.
Next time I will add a bird as our little hut ressembles our new cuckcoo clock.
Our second creation is to demonstrate that you can buy stamps without the framelits but it requires abit of fussy cutting. But buying the two together you save 10% (I never ordered the set but I am next order as I love the effect). Now Nathan wanted me to create a tag-long bike to demonstrate the bike we hired last week in Cornwall...but I am not that clever. The bike was though it enabled Nathan who is registered blind to join in our cycling. Keeping Autumn colours in mind the bike is delivering Pumpkin Pie pumpkins.
Finally I got to play with the new colours and some girlie stamps, this card was easy and so much fund. Now during the last couple of months crafting has gone on hold as Nathan has been training for the GB Special Olympics National Games in Sheffield and amongst many awards he also achieved a gold medal in 200m running, gold is an autumn colour and I am sure you will agree his medal compliments my card.
Thank you so much for stopping by but please carry on and hop to the next talented Jem.
Bye for now,
Tracy and Nathan