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Día de los Muertos Bulletin Board Set. Includes 12 pages and a bulletin board header. Spanish version and version with word and image only.

Dia de los Muertos Bulletin Board Set / Day of the Dead Bulletin Board

D?a de los Muertos Bulletin Board Set. Includes 12 pages and a bulletin board header. Spanish version and version with word and image only.

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.

Altar with flower petal carpet by Lelonopo, via Flickr. Extensive use of paper as well as fabric for this Dia de Los Muertos altar foundation.

Altar with flower petal carpet. Extensive use of paper as well as fabric for this Dia de Los Muertos altar foundation.

Call for Dia de los Muertos Altar Exhibitors at MOSTHistory - Museum of South Texas History

Day of the Dead Party

Day of the Dead Party

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