Sugar Skulls Candy Door Decoration Idea / decoración de puerta de calavera de azúcar

This year, I've already decided how I'm going to decorate my front door for Halloween, but I'd like to do this next year.

Make a Day of The Dead Colorful Wreath (Haz una guirnalda colorida para el Día de los muertos) | Live Colorful

DIY: Day of The Dead Colorful Wreath

Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos) Infographic with 13 Cool and Interesting Facts about Day of the Dead.

13 Cool and Interesting Facts About Mexico Day of the Dead

day of the dead - great graphic for teachers and for students learning about this holiday

Day of the Dead Wreath Dia de Los Muertos by VirgiesTreasures

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TammySantana.com: Dia de Los Muertos Crafty Blog Hop!

I love Fall and all of the fun home decor items available! I found this large wooden skull at Michael's and decided it needed a lit.

I’ve always loved the vibrant colors and intricate designs of sugar skulls. With the Day of the Dead coming up on November 1, I wanted to share some fun sugar skull craft ideas that would also be wonderful art projects for kids while teaching them about the history of Día de los Muertos.

Día de los Muertos - Day of the Dead Sugar Skull Craft Ideas

I’ve always loved the vibrant colors and intricate designs of sugar skulls. With the Day of the Dead coming up on November I wanted to share some fun sugar skull craft ideas that would also be wonderful art projects for kids while teaching them about t

El Día de los muertos (The Day of the Dead) in Mexico is a joyous and festive celebration that has nothing to do with the idea of death as grim, but with the celebration of the happy existence of souls. Festivities begin a few weeks before, when Mexicans of all walks of life take to the street to buy flowers (especially marigolds), candles and food, which are then placed on an altar or by the grave of the dead. Sweets like chocolate coffins, sugar skeletons and "pan de muerto" are made…

The Day of the Dead in Mexico is a joyous and festive celebration. It is the celebration of the happy existence of souls. There are candles and food, which are placed on the altar. Sweets like chocolate coffins, sugar skeletons are also placed there.

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