Bring on the Day of the Dead (and other holidays)

6:00 PM on 02.27.2012 // Kristina Pino
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Day of the Dead isn't for a long time, but Etsy seller Cart Before the Horse (Dylan & Jo folk art) is a lovely shop with lots of dolls themed by holidays, folk stories or Wonderland (at a glance). That and, I just love sugar skull designs.

Super Punch spotlit some pretty Day of the Dead dolls (header) that led me to the shop and I'm glad I got to take a look at their wares! You should too, and enjoy the lovely designs these folks have to offer in handicrafts. You could also check out the gallery for a small selection of the various items in their shop (linked above).

[via Super Punch]

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