Día de los Muertos aka Day of the Dead, inspired wreath made out of glittery tulle in festive colors.
*Sugar skull is wood.
Colors of Día de los Muertos...
*Pink - Celebration.
*White - Purity and hope.
*Yellow - represents the sun, love, and the shortness of life.
On this unique wreath, the blue tulle was used to symbolize Water. For the element of water, family members leave a pitcher of water at the ofrenda so the spirits can quench their thirst.
On the side of this wreath, the wooden sugar skull represents the ever-moving circle of life.
Many people worldwide are familiar with sugar skulls, which are another of the most recognized Day of the Dead symbols. To those who are unfamiliar with Día de los Muertos symbology, a skull might seem like a morbid gift. But the brightly-decorated calaveras de azucar, or sugar skulls, instead act as a lighthearted reminder of life’s cyclical nature. Families often leave sugar skulls on the ofrenda of children who have passed.
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