Our two oldest DDs on the Korea Motherland Tour last year.


supplies:
Tracy Ann Digital Art: Stacks Pink,
Pewter Alphabet, tree branch from Verde (this kit was also in the June Lucky Dip).


fonts are Japanese Brush and LD Olympia Portable.


journaling:
Baewha Women's College, South Korea, 2007


The Special Tea Rite, or “Darye” as it is called in
Korea, is a solemn occasion, with the tea typically
being served by the oldest daughter. Stoneware used
to the most common material used for the tea set, but
today it is usually served in ceramic. Green tea,
“chaksol” or “chugno,” is the most often served tea.
Other teas such as native chrysantehmum, persimmon
leaf, or mugwort tea may be served at different
times of the year.


tfl, susan