• Sugar Skull Art Card # 1 £5.00

    Day of the Dead Sugar Skull Gift Art Cards. #1

    1 Hand Made Card

    These cards, inspired by Mexican Day of the Dead, are from my Day of the Dead Ephemera range and are prints of my ink art. The range includes original art cards, prints, cards, masks & head wear based on traditional designs

    These OOAK Art cards are blue or multi color floral design with skeletal hand tibetan silver charm trimmed with either flowers or butterflies and embellished glittery eyes..

    It is 6 x 4 printed on card and comes with envelope and packed in a cello bag.

    No watermarks appear on any cards.

    Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead) is a Mexican holiday, the origins of which date back hundreds of years to the indigenous Aztec festival dedicated to the goddess Mictecacihuatl. The holiday focuses on gatherings to honor family and friends who have died by building private altars called Ofrendas, using sugar skulls, marigolds, and the favorite foods and beverages of the departed. Originally the festival was in August but the modern festival takes place on 31 October, 1 & 2 November and ties in with All hallow tide: All Hallows' Eve, Hallowmas, and All Souls' Day - Halloween as we know it here in the UK.

Mixed Media & Miniatures Artist, Photographer, Writer & Teacher

TRICIA FRANCES

MEd, BSc Hon, BA

Day of the Dead Sugar Skull Gifts: Art Cards, Masks, Sculptures etc.

This work is inspired by Mexican Day of the Dead. The cats and tags are from my Day of the Dead Ephemera range and are prints of my ink art. The range includes original art cards, prints, cards, masks & head wear based on traditional designs

Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead) is a Mexican holiday, the origins of which date back hundreds of years to the indigenous Aztec festival dedicated to the goddess Mictecacihuatl. The holiday focuses on gatherings to honor family and friends who have died by building private altars called Ofrendas, using sugar skulls, marigolds, and the favorite foods and beverages of the departed. Originally the festival was in August but the modern festival takes place on 31 October, 1 & 2 November and ties in with All hallow tide: All Hallows' Eve, Hallowmas, and All Souls' Day - Halloween as we know it here in the UK.