Saturday, May 21, 2011

Primera Comunión - Part II



So my mom is a Catechesis teacher...  and during the course of this week she asked me if I could make a couple of First Communion ("Primera Comunión") cards for five of her students.

Of course, I couldn't say no! ;-)  So here's what I did:


This Tilda is from the ~2010 Wedding Collection~.  I thought it was the most convenient for a First Communion girl ;-)

Since I was in a little bit of a hurry, I colored her with Copics.  I also used the oval and scallop oval templates from Spellbinders to fit her.  Patterned paper is from Bo Bunny and I machine stitched it to the card.  The pink pearls are from Tickled Pink Stamps, and the big pink paper flower is handmade using the Tim Holtz's Flower Die.

Here's how it looks on the inside:


For the inside, I used a Fiskars border punch and a cross punch, a white ribbon, and computer font "Gabriola" in MS Word.

Like I said, I had to make five of these cuties...  and the celebration is tomorrow, so let's see if they like them ;-)

Happy Stamping everyone!!

8 comments:

Sandra said...

what a very nice card you have maid,the picture looks very good for a first communion
gr sandra

Liza said...

Lovely work Yanitza.

Liza x

Mandy's Magnolia cards said...

very beautiful!
greetings, Mandy

JAY said...

Hermosa Yani, me mató la flor grande. Y es verdad el sello le va al dedillo con el tema.

Mónica Zúñiga said...

Que bonito tu blog, gracias por encontrarme, espero nos inspiremos mututamente! Yo amo hacer tarjetitas tambien y esta esta hermosa!
Saludos!
Moni.

LaJanette said...

I am sure that they will like them, it is great card! It is so nice to see work with Spanish sentiments.

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Sara: said...

Hi!! this card is very beautiful and is suitable for the First Communion girl"!! the big pink paper flower handmade is wonderful!!!
compliments you are very good!! see you soon Sara!!

Lola Azul said...

¡¡Qué bonita!!