The corner embellishment is laser-cut chipboard from Make it Crafty and I covered it with Liquid Pearls then added a Dew Drop. I also used cork and muted colors to give the card an earthy feel.
Challenge: Everybody Art - Challenge #123 (New Year)
Challenge: Dutch Dare - Challenge #94 (New Beginnings)
Challenge: Really Reasonable Ribbon Challenges #15 (new ribbon)
Challenge: Simon Says Stamp and Show (Newest Stamp)
Main Stamp: Father Time (EOD) and Plenty of Peaches (MiC)
Patterned Paper: The Rockstar (DCWV)
Corner Embellishments: Love Heart Swirls (MiC)
Metal Die: Spellbinders Nestabilities Inverted Scalloped Squares and Spellbinders Nestabilities Circles
-skin: E000, E00, E11, E13
-hair: C1, C3, YR23, YR24
-clothes: W2, W4, W6, W8, E41, E42, E43, BG72, BG75, BG93, E13, E15, E17, E18, E29
-tree: E13, E15, E17, E18, E29, YG63, YG67, BG93
-peaches: E93, E95, E97, E99, R05, R20, YR15, YR65, YR68, Y32
-other: E43, E44, E47, B000
Did you know? A tally stick was an ancient memory aid device to record and document numbers, quantities, or even messages. Tally sticks first appear as notches carved on animal bones, in the Upper Paleolithic time. Principally there are two different kinds of tally sticks, the single and the split tally. The single tally stick was an elongated piece of bone, ivory, wood, or stone which is marked with a system of notches. The split tally was a stick marked with a system of notches and then split lengthwise and used in trading. This way the two halves both record the same notches and each party to the transaction received one half of the marked stick as proof.