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Sugar skull lovers ♥ love a sugar skull Christmas

Next to Day of the Dead, Christmas and Easter are the most important holidays of the Mexican calendar. In traditional Mexican families, children don't receive presents until King's Day, the 6th of January but this is changing a bit in the big cities. Their thought is that the symbolism of the gifts to Christ, (remember the frankincense and myrrh?) should be made after the birth of Christ. Most parents enjoy the thrill and crushing rush of buying their kid's presents on the 5th of January with 30 million other parents! Not one day before.

Christmas Eve, December 24, is full of joyous fun, card playing, catching up and playing with all the little kids. It culminates with Midnight Mass, to which most people walk. It's like pedestrian traffic jams to get to church on "Noche Buena." Memorable times.

We wish you a Feliz Navidad and a big fiesta with those that matter most!
Angela Villalba
& the entire crew here at MexicanSugarSkull.com

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Beautifully detailed red skeleton retablo nativity with angels Skeleton Santa Ornament
Hark the herald.... skeleton nativities Skeleton Santa ornaments
Black Day of the Dead gift wrap with colorul sugar skulls and marigold edging on the top and bottom" Looking down on 2 legs with black knee highs with red sugar skulls
Sugar Skull Gift Wrap Red Sugar Skull Knee Highs
Sugar skull cookie cutter set by MexicanSugarSkull.com Pair of sterling silver Oaxacan skull  earrings with hair bows and tiny earrings

Earrings, bracelets, necklaces, brooches, pendants, ring boxes & coin purses in all price ranges.

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Gigante black & white papier mache skull surrounded by live poinsettias Red Poinsettia Mexican Oilcloth
Collector's Treasures Deck the Halls with Oilcloth

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DIY Sugar skull projects


Cute, smiling baby wearing a Sugar Skull on Black baby bib

Black napkins with large colorful sugar skulls on a red Fiesta plate

4-year old in a kids sugar skull apron Covered with bright, whimsical calaveras and polka dot, deep pockets

Red sugar skull napkin on golden yellow Fiesta plate
Baby bibs & other Kid's Delights Cool Home Goods Sugar Skull Aprons for everyone

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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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