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Sugar Skull Art Gallery ~ 2009 - 2011

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Made by my husband, my 10-year-old son and his friend, and me!
- Danielle Scherer
Wexford, PA
October 2011

sugar skulls by Scherer family

sugar skulls lined up in Stuart's kitchen miller sugar skulls
close-up on one of Stuart's sugar skulls


Here are some pics of my now finished sugar skulls. I had a real good time doing it and I will only get better each year I practice. I am in the spirit and muertos mood! Who knew I could calm my caffeine hands down enough to do scripting!
- Stuart Miller
September 2011

Sugar skull birthday cake Sandra Villagomez celebrated her 50th birthday with this amazing calavera cake and 50 sugar skull cookies for her guests!
May 2011
Sugar skull cookies

Longmont Museum & Cultural Center, Longmont, Colorado
Sugar skull aficionados at Longmont Museum made more than 2000 sugar skulls as part of their 9th Annual Dia de los Muertos celebration in 2009. Here are some photos they shared with us.

longmont museum

rows of blank sugar skull girl holding sugar skull blank

Mexican Sugar Skulls

made by Susan Schwartz,

sugar skulls by Susan Schwartz, 2009

one of our happy custom happy customer's dia de los muertos wedding cake
We ordered the pre-made sugar skulls, the hand-painted calavera bride and groom glasses, and a Dia de Los Muertos cake topper from you guys a couple of years ago for our wedding, and I wanted to give you the pictures. My husband and I had small Alturas as centerpieces, for those of our family that could not be there, and decorated the sugar skulls for them. In the other picture, you can see our cake topper and the glasses we ordered. Everything we got from you was beautiful, and everyone who was at our wedding asked where we had gotten everything. Thank you so much. - Jeff and Angela Broaddus

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St Mary's papel picado

Saint Mary's Episcopal Church, Northfield VT, the Sunday after All Saints' Day, 2 November 2008. Taken by Anne C. Brown, Communications Minister of the Episcopal Diocese of Vermont.

The last row of banners are ones congregants made with names of their loved ones; the church is an 1843 building; I love the juxtaposition!
- from Rev'd Lee Alison Crawford
(in the middle of the photo, vested)

These are a few sugar skulls from the last batch I made last year. They're all made of real sugar and bonded with royal icing, but I take the non-traditional road and paint them with real paint and not icing. I'm not sure this is exactly the kind of art you would display on your website but I'm a big fan of the site, the products, the projects and tips etc., and my skulls have been quite a hit with every single person I've shown them to. It has become one of my signature art mediums.
- Richard Ruiz, Jr.,
Norwalk, CA

R. ruiz skulls

shore party sugar skulls party dog sugar skulls from the Shore party

Hi there. Here are some pics from our party on Sat. night. Skulls were a big hit! Thanks again for the supplies.
Cheers, Paul & Ann Shore, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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Cal Poly Pomona Downtown Center, Pomona CA

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