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« Reply #10 on: February 08, 2004 08:10:01 AM »

I am spelling challenged, but I am loving Loiteria Cards. I found mine in Downtown Los Angeles for $2.50

Here is what I am making with them little collages then I am putting them in picture frames from Ikea i got mine on sale 3 for $2.00 I think.

here is a stinky pic


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I totally love Loteria cards!!! I've done all kinds of stuff with them. (I'm a real newbie: I haven't posted any projects yet! No digital cam. but have asked for instructions/pix folder from admin. so maybe soon  Huh) The Crafty Chica has some great loteria card crafts on her site, plus some very cool pendants she featured in her newspaper column (can't remember which paper -- one in Arizona -- the link should be on her site). I made a bunch of pendants at xmas time -- most people who got them loved 'em! (hint: they're made with microcope slides! very cool!) Gotta love that Crafty Chica!  Kiss
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« Reply #11 on: February 08, 2004 08:16:12 AM »

for more about loteria cards, see
http://www.ojinaga.com/loteria/


Here's another great link that's part of a lesson plan for teachers. It has translations of what all the different loteria cards represent!
http://www.hipark.austin.isd.tenet.edu/arc/latino/translation.html
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« Reply #12 on: July 12, 2004 10:25:51 AM »

i do a few things with them too. i like to collect all the different versions from diffeent regions. they all have the same subjects, but with different artist drawings. very cool!

http://www.chicanopopart.com
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« Reply #13 on: January 09, 2006 08:33:10 PM »

Hi, Love this site!!!!!!! I even had withdrawal syndrome while they were changing hosts  Grin
Now, I don't want to be mean either, but is not Mexican, it is Spanish (as in language) not nationality, there is no such thing as Mexican language, or puertorican, or panamanian, etc, there is only one Spanish, of course there are words that are unique to a country, but the word loteria is a word that is  used all throughout the Spanish speaking community. I am sorry as a Spanish language native and from Puerto Rico, with a daughter that is half mexican I CRINGE everytime somebody asks me if I speak PuertoRican and Mexican, sometimes I just reply yes I speak Puertorican, Mexican and English, I even tell them I can even communicate with people from Spain, Honduras and Panama, needless to say they are impressed. I always explain to them later, don't worry I am not that mean!!!!!  Shocked  Although my now "all american husband likes to differ!!!! Grin
But now I want to thank you guys for letting me know about that cute loteria card game!!! I have to learn more, maybe the game is mexican?

I love this site and I was happy to see Puerto Rico mentioned on a post. I am Puerto Rican and I, personally think that there really is a difference between Puerto Rican spanish and Mexican spanish. I just moved to Arizona and I love to hear all the different accents I hear from the Mexicans living here. One thing I noticed is that for the most part, the spanish I hear around here has a sort of Asian sound. Also, some of the words are completely different and some are the same words with different meanings.
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« Reply #14 on: January 10, 2007 11:28:05 PM »

check out http://zonezero.com/exposiciones/fotografos/loteria/loteria.html about the loteria mexicana, including links to some interpretations of the loteria by photographers. (in spanish and in english)
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