Dead Heads

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As Hispanic communities continue to grow in the United States, Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is moving toward the mainstream. This celebratory festival occurs on the two days after Halloween, but it is actually distinct in nature. Not morbid or macabre, the holiday is instead a fun, family-based celebration of life and death, a time to honor lost relatives with flowers, favorite foods and treats, even trinkets and toys. The motifs are colorful, with painted skulls featuring bright floral designs and fantasy elements, and skeletons dressed in whimsical attire.


Dia De Los Muertos Banner

HomArt
888-346-6278
www.homart.com



Embroidered Skull Coin Purses

Tesoros Trading Co.
512-447-7500
www.tesoros.com



Fearless Reminder Necklace

Dogeared Jewels & Gifts
310-846-4444
www.dogearedwholesale.com



Day of the Dead Skull Coaster Set

Frenzy Art Studio, Inc.
512-809-8722
www.frenzyart.com



Catrina Skull Tabletop

Katherine’s Collection
800-524-4387
www.katherinescollection.com



Day of the Dead Corkscrew

Kikkerland Design, Inc.
212-678-2250
www.kikkerland.com



Kiddie Play Pack Dia de los Muertos

Oré Originals
800-367-2675
www.oreoriginals.com


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