OESD Day of the Dead CD
Day of the Dead traditions date back to colonial Mexico, when families prepared festive altars and made candy out of sugarcane in the form of skulls decorated with bright, intricate details. These sugar skulls represent the souls of relatives who have passed on. But on the Day of the Dead, those departed relatives are said to walk among the living and visit their families. Add one of these festive designs to any project for a bright and unique look!