You don't have to be a child or even have children to enjoy this wonderful Mexican tradition. Making sugar skulls is just part of the Dias de Los Muertos (Days of the Dead) celebration. Use these step by step instructions to make this traditional craft.
We've created this gallery of sugar skulls decorated for Day Of The Dead to help stimulate your creativity as you decorate your sugar skulls this year. View several examples of non-traditional sugar skulls.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo this year with some classic traditional Mexican cooking. Start with a refreshing agua fresca or cocktail with guacamole and chips and move on up to your entree of choice and top off with Churros and Champurrado. Learn about Cinco de Mayo history too and find your perfect recipes.