Sugar skulls play an important part at the Día de Muertos in Mexico on the same day as the Roman Catholic holiday All Soul’s Day, one day after Halloween. But they have also found their way in our culture, especially at the time around Halloween. It is a way to remember and to honor the dead while celebrating life at the same time. I hope you enjoy this collection of 25 sugar sculls and color them in.
The pages in this book are printed only on one side so you can use every kind of color you like, from pencils to water color or felt pens.