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Paint Your Own Sugar Skull

Author : T.L. Bonaddio
ISBN : 0762458550
Genre : Humor
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The art of making sugar skulls to honor the dead has been a long-standing tradition for Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead. Included in this kit is everything you need to paint a mini-size sugar skull including 4 pots of paint, 1 paintbrush, gems and sequins, 1 pot of glitter, 1 piece of ribbon, and a skull. Also included is an illustrated 32-page book on the history of sugar skulls and how to decorate your own.
Category: Humor

Sugar Skulls Design Coloring Book

Author : Shannon Duffy
ISBN : 1497456762
Genre : History
File Size : 86.25 MB
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Sugar Skulls Design and Coloring Book features 30 illustrations. The designs in this book can be used for more than just coloring. Use them as idea templates for shrink art designs, glass etching pattern ideas, embroidery projects, your own meringue powder skull designs or canvas paintings. You can even paint sugar skull designs on flower pots or dinnerware (with food safe paint)! When it comes to sugar skull art, you're only limited by your imagination. Have a blast coming up with your own design ideas and use the skulls featured in this book as inspiration.
Category: History

A Day For The Dead

Author : Mirian Martinez
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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This story takes place in the early 1950’s in a city of Angels, known as Los Angeles. A boy named Josue is not happy summer vacation is over and he has to attend the new school year. Josue’s new teacher, Ms.Maggie, earns his attention when she introduces holiday art projects and stories about music. In school Josue learns about Halloween but at home he learns of Day of The Dead. Just when Josue was starting to find interest in his new school year; he meets a new student Prudence. Who he mistakes as a bad omen from a Halloween story. Learning new subjects, meeting new friends and sharing family traditions; all tie together through a misunderstood, dark, spooky holiday. A holiday that doesn’t have all the answers as to why the end has arrived but shines just enough light towards a new beginning.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Draw Original Sugar Skull Day Of The Dead Cross Stitch And Needlework Designs

Author : The Snarky Cross Stabber
ISBN : 1099507022
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Create your own patterns, charts and design elements for Day of the Dead themed needlework in this specialized sketchbook. Featuring 20 individual stitch count grid templates on 10-Square graph paper with a silhouette of a Sugar Skull. Add your own colorful details to the pre-made skeleton head. Use the conversion charts to convert the 62 x 88 count pattern into multiple fabric count sizes. The book includes image and total fabric sizes for many different types of fabric choices, over both one and over two, from 8 to 40 count fabrics or linens. Each sketching panel is partnered with a Floss Chart for planning your supplies list or embroidery floss colors. Supply information such as strand count, brand name, inventory number, color description and alternate color options can recorded for each new stitchery drawing. A perfect book for planning your own traditional Mexican Catrina painted skull fiber art projects. Start creating your own unique Sugar Skull charts right away!

Painting School

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ISBN : 9781633227101
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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With Painting School, kids will discover how easy it is to paint anything—animals, people, nature, objects, and more—with simple steps and easy lessons! Painting School provides the first steps to a lifelong love of art. Your child will learn how to paint anything they see in the world around them by following a few simple steps. This comprehensive, 240-page art guide reveals how easy it is to paint, with easy-to-follow step-by-step projects, colorful art, and clear instructions. Before the step-by-step painting projects, this book begins with the basics, such as the paintbrushes and paints to use, the differences between popular paint types, how to mix colors, what to paint on, and much more. Then painting class really begins! A variety of subjects are covered, from animals and people to nature and simple, everyday objects. Some of the projects include: Zoo animals, such as a panda and a lion Pets, such as dogs and cats People, such as kids, adults, and a jogger and a firefighter Fairy tale characters, such as a princess and a brave knight Mythical creatures, such as a mermaid Vehicles, such as a car and an ice cream truck Fruits and vegetables Plants, such as trees and flowers Dinosaurs, such as a Tyrannosaurus rex and more Featuring more than 250 subjects, Painting School teaches young artists how to paint each one with clear, easy-to-follow steps. So grab a brush and let’s paint—school is in session!
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Sugar Skull

Author : Denise Hamilton
ISBN : 9780743254144
Genre : Fiction
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From the Edgar, Anthony, Macavity, and Willa-nominated author Denise Hamilton comes SUGAR SKULL Acclaimed by award committees and critics for her groundbreaking The Jasmine Trade, Denise Hamilton returns with a penetrating new Eve Diamond crime novel sure to confirm her reputation as a rising star. Los Angeles Times reporter Eve Diamond usually works out of the paper's San Gabriel Valley bureau, but she's taking a weekend shift downtown when a distraught Vincent Chevalier breaks through security and demands her help. His fifteen-year-old daughter, Isabel, is missing, and the cops won't go looking for her until forty-eight hours have passed. The man thinks he knows where she might be -- with some runaways in a dismal squat in East Hollywood. He wants Eve as his witness when he enters the squat and tries to bring Isabel home. Eve senses a possible story: Why would a privileged young girl from Pasadena spend time with the down-and-outs in East Hollywood? But there will be no interview with Isabel. Isabel is dead, her body wrapped in a dirty futon and abandoned in a derelict basement. Eve's questions have only begun. What brought the blond-haired teenager to such a tragic, early demise? Did a man named Finch, who's had past arrests for drugs, burglary, and theft, have something to do with Isabel's murder? What about her father? There's something unsettling about him. And what was Isabel's relationship with Paolo Langdon, her schoolmate and the son of a socialite hostess and a prominent politician? Even as Eve must fight against powerful forces that want her off the story, she finds herself emotionally drawn to the brooding scion of a Mexican music-promotion titan. It's dangerous to mix professional with personal, but Silvio Aguilar is hard to resist. And in his world, in the little sugar skull confections that commemorate the Mexican Day of the Dead, Eve may find some clue to a killer. Written with the authenticity and bold strokes that Denise Hamilton has made her own, Sugar Skull is much more than a triumphant crime novel -- it's a dazzling portrait of a city full of diversity. Rich with nuance and insight, this is compelling, illuminating crime writing at its best.
Category: Fiction


Author : Hayden Herrera
ISBN : 9781526608536
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A reissue of the beautifully illustrated and authoritative biography of Frida Kahlo, publishing in time for a major London exhibition Frida is the story of one of the twentieth century's most extraordinary women, the painter Frida Kahlo. Born near Mexico City, she grew up during the turbulent days of the Mexican Revolution and, at eighteen, was the victim of an accident that left her crippled and unable to bear children. To salvage what she could from her unhappy situation, Kahlo had to learn to keep still – so she began to paint. Kahlo's unique talent was to make her one of the century's most enduring artists. But her remarkable paintings were only one element of a rich and dramatic life. Frida is also the story of her tempestuous marriage to the muralist Diego Rivera, her love affairs with numerous, diverse men such as Isamu Noguchi and Leon Trotsky, her involvement with the Communist Party, her absorption in Mexican folklore and culture, and of the inspiration behind her unforgettable art.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Halloween Makeup Artist Planner Recording Notebook For Face Paint Sugar Skulls And Extreme Makeup Designs

Author : Iphosphenes Journals
ISBN : 1723820040
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Unleash your inner makeup diva at Halloween with your very own book of makeup charts just like the ones pro makeup artists use! Design and customize fabulous looks with colored pencils, markers, crayons, even real makeup! Makeup charts feature a 2-page layout, including designated note sections so you can keep track of products/colors used, and more. WHO NEEDS THIS? Advanced Face Painters - display a book of your premium designs! Dia de los Muertos - sketch your ideas for sugar skull designs. Horror Makeup Addicts - imagine your own favorite makeup ideas. WHATS INSIDE? Table of contents to list designs/clients. Fifteen (15) 2-page layouts, featuring a full size face chart and notes. Notes sections to record: client / design, date, theme / genre, detailed description, product list, social media feedback, and follow up section. Additional area for detail, close-up sketches.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Paranormal Hauntings Magazine Halloween Edition

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The spookiest Issue to date with every article featured being based on Halloween, with real life ghost pictures and ghost stories to send shivers down your spine - Features on witches, traditions, sleep paralysis and even ZOZO. It is certainly not a issue to be missed!

Folk Art Fusion

Author : Heather Galler
ISBN : 9781633224049
Genre : Art
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Folk art still influences everyday art in some surprising ways. Folk Art Fusion shows you how to blend classic subjects with new techniques to create a lovely work of art that is completely unique. Folk Art Fusion explores the colorful combination of art styles and present them in modern folk art paintings. This is your chance to learn how traditional folk art continues to influence today's painters, and to discover how to create contemporary folk-art paintings yourself! Even if you're new to creating art, Folk Art Fusion makes creating your own works approachable with step-by-step projects. The projects are as varied as they are colorful. You will enjoy painting classic subjects painted with creative techniques and in popular styles, including flowers, animals, architecture, sugar skulls, portraits, and a whole lot more. Colorful, contemporary, and inspirational, Folk Art Fusion allows artists of all skill levels to quickly discover the joy of creating modern, global-inspired art in this time-treasured genre.
Category: Art