Halloween Sugar Skulls are used every Halloween to help decorate and add a little not so spooky fun to your home.
Margaret Le Van Glow-In-The-Dark Sugar Skull Sculpture
But did you know that sugar skulls are more than just a great Halloween decoration? Sugar Skulls are part of a celebration known as Day-of-the-Dead. It’s a celebration that honors deceased loved ones. For centuries the sugar skull art form has honored and celebrated loved ones who have gone before us.
It is believed that the gates of heaven open up and loved ones are able to reunite with their families. Beautiful altars are made in each home. Which are then decorated with candies, buckets of flowers, mounds of fruit, and breads. Toys are left for the children. Little folk art skeletons and sugar skulls help to provide the final touches.
These Halloween sugar skulls are hand painted with bright colors. The Celebration of Love Everlasting Sugar Skull also has glow-in-the-dark details. Three sugar skulls are stacked elegantly on top of one another. Creating a sculpture that stands over a foot tall. Hand-applied glitter. Festive hand-painted scrolls. And 22 sparkling faux gems make this Margaret Le Van art piece truly sparkle. The sparkling heart-shaped faux gem eyes are highlighted even more so by the signature trademark of the artist. Realistic looking fabric eyelashes on each sugar skull add a special touch to this unique keepsake.
Fairy Halloween Sugar Skulls
For generations, people have honored the lives of loved one with vibrantly decorated sugar skulls. Many people use sugar skulls to also help decorate their homes during Halloween. Enjoy celebrating the classic sugar skull art form with any of these beautiful sugar skulls. These fairy sugar skulls are inspired by traditional sugar skull artwork.
Elephant Halloween Sugar Skulls Collection
Today sugar skulls remain heavily woven into many culture’s most joyous festivals and celebrations. You can find even more sugar skull inspired gifts here that are bound to add something special to your home.