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It's 2 weeks 'til Day of the Dead - How are you celebrating this year? Are you decorating sugar skulls? Will you decorate an ofrenda with family & friends? We have everything you'll need and we're still adding more new merchandise to our Día de Muertos Collection.

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We try to ship orders within 2 business days. Please check our Shipping Information to find out how long it will take for your order to reach you after it is shipped.

Keep sending photos of your sugar skulls & celebrations. We love to share them. Read our news for cool photos & new arrivals. And don't forget our Facebook Sugar Skull fan's page… it's awesome! Over 40,000 sugar skull loving fans!

-Angela Villalba
& all the skeleton crew here at MexicanSugarSkull.com

Ofrenda, Oaxaca, Mexico

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Decorated Mexican sugar skull with a sombrero

2014 Day of the Dead News

October 19 » High Spirits - Time to build your ofrenda!

October 12 » Sugar skulls & kids

October 3 » What's new, sugar skull?

September 24 » Day of the Dead news, gossip & sugar skulls!

August 28 » Campfires, sunburns & save 20% off 89,573 skeletons!

DIY mold projects for sugar skull artists

  • Sugar skulls - step-by-step, tired & true instructions from the creator of the Mexican sugar skull mold

  • Essential Recipes - sugar skulls & royal icing

  • Chocolate skulls - instructions from the chocolate connoisseur

  • Craft projects - large plaster skulls, skull candles & soaps, molded skulls with plaster of Paris, fimo, skulpey & paper clay & more

Can you eat sugar skulls? Where are your sugar skull molds made? I'm having difficulty finding meringue powder at my grocery store. Do I need it? And much more!

How is Day of the Dead celebrated traditionally?

Blank paper mache skull next to a painted paper mache skull Bicycle built for Two Skeleton novios Rose Sugar Skull Tee Shirt emblem
Blank papier mâché skulls made by Mexican artists for you to finish. Make a sugar skull without the sugar! Use paints, glitter pens, feathers & beads to create your skull to honor your loved one! Romantic skeleton folk art
Perfect for weddings, anniversaries, marriage proposals, loving gifts of all kinds & ofrendas.
Awesome new Rose Sugar Skull t-shirt
Red roses - a symbol of love and awakening. The butterfly is thought to represent a returning soul for Day of the Dead.

¡Bienvenidos restaurateurs!

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Floral on red Mexican oilcloth sample Floral on Red Frida on Black Mexican Oilcloth sample NEW Frida on Black Frida on Lime Mexican Oilcloth sample NEW Frida on Lime Green Animales on Black Mexican Oilcloths ample NEW Animales on Black
We carry the best Mexican oilcloth available! Oilcloth brightens a kitchen and adds personality to a patio table. It's an inexpensive way to jazz up the place! Oilcloth adds a lot of design flavor to any area of tables quite inexpensively. Great for catering tables, runners, party event rooms or everyday dining room tables. We carry a large selection of oilcloth by the foot or roll, and beautiful stock tablecloths. If you have a special design in mind for a round or long rectangular table, we can help. Start your collection of oilcloth patterns today and if you get tired of them, you can use them to line your kitchen drawers!

Click on any photo below & be whisked away to skeleton folk art nirvana!

Handmade Vida/Muerte Sugar Skull Pink Rose earrings Folk art skeleton figure woman on motorcycle Virgin of Guadalupe folk art picture with reverse painted virgin and crinkled tin foil Fancy sugar skull from Mexico master sugar maker to celebrate dia de los muertos Cute skeletons painted reverse glass from Peru Alexander Henry skeleton fabric for dia de los muertos fans who are artistic

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