Last summer I was contacted by a really nice gal from California about creating custom quinceanera invitations for her daughter's event. Life was really crazy at that particular time, so I asked her if she would mind if I used my computer to save some time. It really was the only option if I was to have them ready for her in time. The digital download for this set is an outline image, so I pulled the artwork into a photo editing software program and added the coloring. I printed the layers, trimmed them down, and mounted everything on Basic Black card stock to create the feel of a traditional card. The results were simply gorgeous.
One of my favorite things about this card is the addition of rhinestones for the earrings and to the tiarra. I even completed the inside with the details of the event. I don't know if I would want to do this for a living, because it was a ton of work, but it was very gratifying. If you are interested in purchasing the digital download the item number is #129020. You can visit my website here.
The funny thing about all of this is that I don't speak a word of Spanish. I couldn't roll my r's if my life depended on it. I studied French as my second language in high school and college. Even funnier is that I have been trying to learn a little German so that I can help my son study for his class. He laughs at me because I pronounce all of the German words like they would be pronounced in French with a little bit of a southern accent. LOL!