Hola, Spanish Ladies! This is Senorita Limonada and Senorita Naranja. Limonada is Spanish for lemonade. Naranja, which means orange, rhymes with 'don't harangue her' - good advice.
Slice some coloured smile shapes from felt.
Position your eyes and eyelids and sew on those smouldering sequins!
Finish those zesty faces with strategic black thread. You might want tiny orange/yellow stitches at the corner of each eyelid to hold them in place (I used gold stars for Senorita Naranja).
Use stitches as small as these ladies' conscience to sew the inside edge of the peel onto the background.
The only thing that gets ruffled about these gals is their lace. Use running stitch to gather it up, keep the thread attached, then sew it on.
Add strategic pearls to the girls. Sew the beads twice for security. Add a semi circle of wadding between the face and background.
Buttonhole round the edge. If ye have a brain in that skull o' yours, angle your needle so the stitches sit under the lace.
Aharrrrrrrr! A St Clements duo, not known for clemency but for taking the c out of scurvy!
Chief of Creative Levity and beacon of rainbows and optimism!