• Blogoween

    Short and Sweet Sugar Skull History

    Sugar skulls are more than just a pretty skull! Introducing, a very brief sugar skull history for today’s blogoween post. The Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos) originated in Mexico, going as far back as the 1630’s. It honors those that have passed away, celebrating those that have passed rather than mourning those that have passed. It is celebrated on November 1st and 2nd. November 1st celebrates children and November 2nd celebrates adults. It is a time to pay your respects, remember the good moments and to celebrate the lives that were lived of those that passed. Why Sugar Skulls The most common symbol for The Day of…