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Catrinas Dia de los Muertos, the character that became a staple of Mexican Imagery by Jose Guadalupe Posada inspired by our costumes of Dia de Muertos (Holiday where we celebrate and gather to pray for those who have died)

Mexican decor: The Catrina, Mexican symbol of Days of the Dead and an amazing piece to have in a home.

Mexican decor: The Catrina, Mexican symbol of Days of the Dead and an amazing piece to have in a home. (Days of the Dead November annually)

Skeleton Wedding Couple Day of the Dead Sculpture from Alternatives Global Marketplace

Skeleton Wedding Couple Day of the Dead Sculpture

This playful, newlywed skeleton couple sculpture is a wonderful cultural gift for anyone celebrating their love or day of the dead! - Handmade in Peru - Approx. x Day of the Dead (Spanish Dia de

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the day of the dead - Dia de Los Muertos Multicultural art project - For the skeleton you can use the skeleton template pinned on Halloween board

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Sugar Skull Day of the Dead Doll Head Keychain - Custom Order Doll of Your Choice - Gothic Lolita ( Barbie head?

La Calavera Catrina-the elegant and noble Mexican icon and Grande Dame of Dia de los Muertos-Day of the Dead

from: Mexican folk art exhibition at Hallie Ford Museum of Art

Dia de los muertos by ~xanderking on deviantART

Clearly, we dont take death seriously in Mexico, these were part of a restaurants decor for "Dia de muertos" - Day of the dead.

This cake was made for In Flight Ideas of Knoxville, TN for their Book of Life release party. Photo credits to Brianna Leigh Photography, Knoxville TN. Even the cake board is fondant-covered. ;)

This cake was made for In Flight Ideas of Knoxville, TN for their Book of Life release party. Photo credits to Brianna Leigh Photography, Knoxville TN. Even the cake board is fondant-covered.

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