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Rin-Rin renacuajo is one of the most famous Colombian popular poems written by the great Rafael Pombo. At first I thought about using some of our folk
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thanks you all for your nice comments!
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Posted almost 5 years ago.
Hahaha I say chin-chin too! I thought it was just posh english folk who said it (not that i'm posh of course, I kinda say it as a joke!) Love this adorable design, really cute and fun!
Posted over 5 years ago.
The hat "masks" are a wonderful way to convey the characters in your chosen folk tale. All of the details in the background imagery of your design add to the meaning of the story. I did understand the "chin-chin" toast as it was one I frequently heard when I was growing up. Perhaps that is because of the multi-cultural nature of our community.
Tracey, "chin-chin" is kind of an informal "cheers" when toasting. I'm confused though now with my three langauges... hahahaa... I thought it would have been understood in English, too. I just asked an Italian friend and she knows what it means, so now I'll have to see if also in spanish it could work, :-P I thought it could work for all three languages... sometimes I can't remember in which one do you use a particular expression. Anyways, thanks for the question, so now people will be able to understand what it is ;-) Thank you, and Sharon and Rachel and Natalie also for your wonderful comments! I'm so glad you like my design :-D
Very sweet illustrations, what is chin-chin?
really great ~ I love this! such fun xxx
So cute! I want a hat! Great job! Good luck!
THis is so adorable! Love the color combo.
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