As you’ve no doubt surmised from the title, this is going to be an article like “No More Vintage Halloween Insanity.” Although I have just enough material for this entry, it’s looking for and more like I won’t have enough material for any future El Día de los Muertos-related posts (but I will keep looking). That is, unless I find an online clip from the episode of Wildboyz where Pontius and Steve-o have a “Day of the Dead” cart race in skeleton attire…
The Google Books preview for Criminal Crafts by Shawn Gascoyne-Bowman has instructions on how to make your very own El Día de los Muertos bath fizzies.
Day of the Dead Crafts by Kerry Arquette, Andrea Zocchi and Jerry Vigil has a wonderful selection of pictures showing traditional costumes and decor relating to the holiday in its preview.
While not technically devoted to the Day of the Dead, Mindy Copeland’s Halloween Spanish for Young Children does provide handy terms that do relate to it.
I don’t know if Spooky Vegan’s El Día de los Muertos pumpkin spice muffins are a traditional meal, but the recipe sure does sound tasty!
Finally, Skull-A-Day often has images related to El Día de los Muertos.
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Feliz el Dia de los Muertos!
Happy Day of the Dead!
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