Artfully and accurately rendered in the tradition of Mexico's Day of the Dead, this set of whimsical, vividly costumed skeleton figures honors the memory of the departed. The unique bilingual collection features two paper dolls, fifteen ornate costumes, a variety of altar offerings, and a bonus stick... read more
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Artfully and accurately rendered in the tradition of Mexico's Day of the Dead, this set of whimsical, vividly costumed skeleton figures honors the memory of the departed. The unique bilingual collection features two paper dolls, fifteen ornate costumes, a variety of altar offerings, and a bonus sticker poster.
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