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How to Celebrate Día de los Muertos - in case you have never done it. I fell in love with this celebration of loved ones who have passed on and now we celebrate it every year. It is not a day to mourn, but rather a day to remember and celebrate loved ones, with their photos, their fave foods etc ... on your offrenda (altar/offering).

Décor of Zé e Zilda house, antique wooden “oratório” typical of local catholic homes showing symbols of prayer, candles and recycled materials.

sardine tin shrine...I wouldn't do anything Halloween but something as a rememberence piece....CUTE idea

Traditions connected to "Dia De Los Muertos" include building private altars honoring the deceased using sugar skulls, marigolds and the favorite foods & beverages of the departed and visiting graves with these as gifts. They also leave possessions of the deceased.

Vanessa Valencia City house 29 by A Fanciful Twist, via Flickr

you MUST visit this artist's Flickr stream if you are interested in altars...

shrine - oh my godness, that's mine, what a thing to stumble upon it on pinterest :) Fun!

Iconostas at home by Dobrovlad, via Flickr

too much for my day of the dead kitchen? love the sacred hearts.