Day of the Dead Gifts

  • Día de los Muertos is actually a 3,000-year-old Aztec and Mexican holiday that falls on November 1 and 2, where friends and family honor the deceased and welcome the temporary return of their spirits. Día de los Muertos is celebrated in connection with the Catholic holidays All Saints' Day, which falls on November 1, and All Souls' Day, on November 2. If you want to incorporate this holiday into your fall festivities, here are some ideas to get you started.
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  • Day of the Dead Activity Book
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    Readers explore an illustrated world illuminating the traditions and history of Day of the Dead through a series of mazes, puzzles and activities, using press out forms to create shrines and masks which can be decorated with the stickers included in the book, preparing readers young and old to celebrate this vibrant and increasingly popular holiday.
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  • Set Of 3 DAY OF THE DEAD Sugar Skull 3D Figural Coffee Mugs
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    This set of 3 skull shaped ceramic coffee mugs is great for anyone who loves skulls. Each mug is a different color and each one has a Day Of The Dead style Sugar Skull design on the front. They hold 12 ounces apiece, and are hand wash only.
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  • Red Day Of The Dead Sugar Skull Money Bank
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    This adorable cold cast resin Day Of The Dead style Sugar Skull money bank really brightens up a room. The glossy red bank features brightly colored floral decal details, and has hand-painted accents. The bank measures 4 inches tall, 5 1/4 inches long and 3 1/2 inches wide. It is coated with clear polyurethane to keep the design looking bright for years. The bank empties...
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  • Day of the Dead Iron-On Transfer Patterns (Dover Iron-On Transfer Patterns)
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    More than 40 iron-on transfers feature elaborately decorated skulls, dancing skeletons, and other classic Day of the Dead motifs. Decorate pillows, jackets, placemats, handbags, and other clothing, accessories, and homewares with these exotic images ? all of them original interpretations of traditional designs from Mexican folklore.
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  • Set of 4 Morelia Cocktail Napkins
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    Not just for Halloween, these conversation-starting and cocktail-pairing napkins put a festive face on Day of the Dead skulls, each sporting its own decorative face paint and floral accents. Multicolor embroidery on black cotton.
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  • Day of the Dead Activity Book
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