Day of the Dead Crafts

Day of the Dead Crafts

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Celebrated on November 1 and 2, Day of the Dead honors the memory of departed souls, welcoming them back to celebrate the best of life. Families decorate grave sites with marigolds and set up stunning altars. Streets flutter with paper banners. Store windows glisten with sugar skulls. Skeleton figures grin rakishly from every corner. Day of the Dead Crafts is filled with dozens of terrific projects that allow you to participate in the excitement of the holiday while expressing your own creativity. You'll enjoy showcasing these unique, fun, and meaningful projects throughout the year. Inside you'll find step-by-step instructions, ideas, and inspiration for a wide range of projects, including: Calaveras, those comical and clever skeleton figures caught in the act of enjoying life's favorite activities Masks and skulls made from paper mache, gourds, and even sugar A meaningful and artistic ofrenda, or altar, to honor those who have passed Necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and more to wear day or night Pieces guaranteed to liven up any decor Colorful, whimsical, and often dramatic, Day of the Dead art is steeped in rich history and symbolism. The projects in Day of the Dead Crafts honor the traditional, while taking advantage of today's materials for a fresh and exciting twist.Squeeze and form them into Lay more newspaper strips dipped in paste overthe napkin shapes. appropriate shapes. Laythem across the maskto make cheekbones, Smooth as you go. Allow to dry. Pop the balloon and remove the eye orbs, anbsp;...

Title:Day of the Dead Crafts
Author:Kerry Arquette, Andrea Zocchi, Jerry Vigil
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 2009-06-03


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