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Mexico

Bird Maya Handmade Mexican Embroidery

these girls are just exquisite.

Charra Mexicana

Oaxaca, Mexico

Tin painted milagro heart with flowers

Los colores de Mexico

Virgin of Guadalupe

Veracruz mercado

Traditional Mexican outfits -

Trio Ellas

pan dulce!

begin with these

Dulce Mazapan de Almendra, Mexico

Mexican Hot Chocolate Recipe

Little girl

Talavera Pottery

Photo Books by Shutterfly + A Giveaway!

stylemepretty.com

little frida

  • Michelle Magoffin
    Michelle Magoffin

    Perfect costume for my girls. No makeup required.

Performed at the Palace of the Fine Arts in Mexico City.

Gorditas Zacatecanas (Zacatecan Baked Masa Cakes) Shared by: Margarita Morales of Fresnillo, Zacatecas Via: saveur.com

  • Michelle Magoffin
    Michelle Magoffin

    to be putting into my face

Mexican Church

pepper arrangements

Mexican girls in traditional dresses

  • KansasKate
    KansasKate

    If you like traditional costumes, search "china poblana" and "guelaguetza"

  • Bluebird Blvd.
    Bluebird Blvd.

    So, the little girl in the front is wearing a costume for the folk dances of the Mexican state of Jalisco, and the little girl in the back is probably wearing a costume for the folk dances of Mexican state of Veracruz, right? Beautiful photograph!

  • Belén
    Belén

    I think that's right. :)

Puebla, Mexico

  • KansasKate
    KansasKate

    Great colonial city... and where I went to summer school in 1987. Famous for high-quality Talavera ceramics and for most of what we think of as Mexican food, which was developed in a convent where nuns experimented with ways to make the local ingredients palatable to the Spanish.

Sor Juana Inez (Ines) de la Cruz 1648 – 1695) Mexico She was an intellectual and published author of plays and poems.