This is a sponsored printable pillow box post for Día de los Muertos. #DiaDeMuertos #BigG
Right after Halloween, my family observes Día de los Muertos or Day of the Dead. Typically it is observed by family gathering at the cemetery to remember deceased loved ones. Altars are built and decorated with marigolds and adorned with sugar skulls. It is a beautiful way to pay homage. As we live a state away from most of our family members, we’ll be attending a local festival and crafting up sugar skulls as we talk about memories of our loved ones that have passed. Both of my children are named after grandparents or relatives that are no longer with us and they enjoy hearing stories of their namesakes. While is may seem a bit gloomy, it really is a happy day for us to carve out time to recall these stories. Here’s a printable pillow box, filled with Trix cereal, that I created for Día de los Muertos to color together.
Step 1: Print out the Día de los Muertos printable pillow boxes.
Step 2: Use colored pencils to color the skulls in the printable or leave plain so the receiver can color.
Step 3: Cut out the pillow boxes, along the solid lines.
Step 4: Fold the pillow boxes along the dotted lines, fill with Trix (found in the cereal aisle at Walmart) and adhere shut with craft glue.
Step 5: Give out at your Day of the Dead gathering and color together while remembering loved ones.
Grab a box of Trix or Cocoa Puffs at Walmart! How will you be observing Día de los Muertos?
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