|Dedicated to lost loved ones, Day of the Dead is a November holiday joyfully observed by people of Mexican heritage. Dover offers a wide range of products that will help anyone celebrate!|
Products in Day of the Dead - Dia de los Muertos
|Day of the Dead Clip Art for Machine Embroidery |
by Alan Weller
The skeletons, skulls, and other traditional images of this CD-ROM and book set are optimized for embroidery digitizing software and allow crafters to customize the motifs. 88 designs in different color combinations.
|Day of the Dead Notebook |
Day of the Dead is a November holiday joyfully observed by people of Mexican heritage — now you can preserve your memories all year long with this pocket-sized notebook! Includes 64 pages of blank paper.
|Day of the Dead Postcards |
This 12-card collection includes campy yet still traditional images of skeletal men and women as well as outfits worn during the celebration. Plus, images can be cut from the cards to use as paper dolls.
|Day of the Dead Tattoos |
Five classic designs by Mexican artists Jorge Posada and Julio Ruelas feature grinning skeletons of a soldier, a guitarist, and a pair of fashionable ladies, plus a splendidly ghoulish bracelet of skulls.
|Day of the Dead/Dia de los Muertos Stained Glass Coloring Book |
by Marty Noble
Sixteen line-art interpretations of this festive event find their inspiration in papel picado, a traditional Mexican folk art involving paper-cutting, and the images of Mexican cartoonist José Guadalupe Posada. Includes bilingual text.
|Day of the Dead/Día de los Muertos Paper Dolls |
by Kwei-lin Lum
Artfully and accurately rendered in the tradition of the Mexican holiday, this whimsical bilingual gallery features 2 paper dolls and 15 ornate costumes, a variety of altar offerings, and a bonus sticker poster.
|Day of the Dead/Día de los Muertos Sticker Book |
by Kwei-lin Lum
This colorful sticker set celebrates the Day of the Dead, a joyful Mexican holiday. The 25 stickers identify pictures in English and Spanish, introducing kids to a second language.
|The Day of the Dead: A Pictorial Archive of Dia de Los Muertos |
by Jean Moss
Calaveras — grotesque yet lively representations of costumed skeletons — are intrinsic to Mexico's Day of the Dead festivities. This compilation of 187 illustrations includes many works by José Guadalupe Posada. Bonus CD-ROM included.