Okay, here is the rest of what I found up until now. I had a really good time looking at all of the cool sites on Mexican Folk Art. La Fuente Imports was my favorite!
35 La estrella – This star lamp was the first one I found on my Loteria journey.
36 El cazo – Now, some people translate it as “the bean pot” and others as “the ladle”: this miniature copper pot looks like the picture, so it will do!
37 El mundo (The World) – they have all sorts of suns, moons, and stars, but I haven’t found this yet!
38 El apache (The Apache) – I don’t understand why it’s an Apache – I may substitute with an Aztec warrior.
40 El alacrán – I looked around a lot, and found this beaded Huichol egg (ornament?)
43 La campana – Here is a little bell – it’s a tin ornament.
44 El cantarito – This is a gorgeous blown glass pitcher.
45 El venado – So many to choose from – here is a Oaxacan carved alebrije. Here is a Huichol yarn painting of an ordinary gray deer, and here is my favorite – the magical blue deer in a yarn painting.
48 La chalupa – I haven’t found many options. I may replace it with la muneca.
49 El pino – Here’s a Christmas tree tin ornament.
51 La palma – Yet another tin ornament. Next project: the tin ornament loteria!
52 La maceta – Here’s a Talavera pottery flower pot.
53 El arpa (The Harp) – coming soon!
54 La rana – Finally: the frog in paper mache.
Now I may spend some time on another project – but this was fun. Later, I will talk about the riddles that come with the loteria and how you can write your own (also an excellent classroom activity!).