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Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a celebration with a deep meaning behind it. While there are many layers to it, one of the most beautiful reasons for this celebration is to remember those near and dear to our hearts that have passed away. That's why vibrant colors are such a key part of the decorations. The colors are meant to represent the joy of life and symbolically bring to life the spirit of the deceased. Adding your personal touch or elements of the personality and preferences of the deceased is part of the fun decorating sugar skulls.
For a Día de los Muertos edible craft, marshmallows are the perfect canvas to decorate your own sugar skull pops. Decorating marshmallow pops is an easy and tasty way to teach your kids about this special celebration in a way that's fun and full of color.