Sugar Skull Calaveras Workshop Description:
Sugar Skulls are a traditional offering used to celebrate the Mexican holiday Dia de Los Muertos or Day of the Dead. Sugar skulls are usually placed as decorations to recognize those who have passed away. The sugar skull can represent a departed soul and can have the name written on the forehead to be placed at a home altar or gravestone to honor the departed. In this workshop Sugar Skulls will be colorfully decorated with icing, tin foil, glitter and colorful sugars. They are easy to make by children and adults! If cared for and kept dry, they can even last years.
No experience required
Donation for Materials: $5-$10
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