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On November 1, we celebrate Día de los Muertos, a day to remember, honor and celebrate our deceased family, friends and loved ones. As with any proper Mexican celebration, plenty of vibrant decorations, mouthwatering snacks and strong libations are necessary — both to commemorate the dead and delight the living.  Here are the 7 things you'll need to throw a proper Día de los Muertos celebration:

On November 1, we celebrate Día de los Muertos, a day to remember, honor and celebrate our deceased family, friends and loved ones. As with any proper Mexican celebration, plenty of vibrant decorations, mouthwatering snacks and strong libations are necessary — both to commemorate the dead and delight the living. Here are the 7 things you'll need to throw a proper Día de los Muertos celebration:

Make a garland with this free mini papel picado printable. Decorate your home or the Day of Dead altar | LiveColorful.com

Make a garland with this free mini papel picado printable. Decorate your home or the Day of Dead altar | LiveColorful.com

Printable can labels, paper flowers and DIY papel picado for a stunning Day of the Dead centrepiece! Printable templates, patterns and tutorials at happythought.co.uk

Printable can labels, paper flowers and DIY papel picado for a stunning Day of the Dead centrepiece! Printable templates, patterns and tutorials at happythought.co.uk

From the book "A Guide to Elements of the Modern Altar Far removed from their origins in rituals dedicated to Aztec deities, altars today usually have three levels, which represent the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. On these, offerings (ofrendas) are placed to honor and nourish the dead. On the first level are photographs of the deceased, seven candles representing the seven ..."  read more at http://www.amazon.com/Celebraciones-Mexicanas-Traditions-AltaMira-Gastronomy/dp/0759122814

From the book "A Guide to Elements of the Modern Altar Far removed from their origins in rituals dedicated to Aztec deities, altars today usually have three levels, which represent the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. On these, offerings (ofrendas) are placed to honor and nourish the dead. On the first level are photographs of the deceased, seven candles representing the seven ..." read more at http://www.amazon.com/Celebraciones-Mexicanas-Traditions-AltaMira-Gastronomy/dp/0759122814

Ideas para un candy bar DIY

Ideas para un candy bar DIY

Decorate for Day of the Dead with this DIY Sugar Skull Banner! There's a free printable for the images! | Hello Little Home #DiadeMuerto

Decorate for Day of the Dead with this DIY Sugar Skull Banner! There's a free printable for the images! | Hello Little Home #DiadeMuerto

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