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Decoupage coasters, 'Festival of the Dead' (set of 4) - Day of the Dead Decoupage Coasters and Stand (Set of 4) Curate

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Festival of the Dead Day of the Dead Decoupage Coasters and Stand (Set of 4)

Skull images celebrate Mexico's Day of the dead in colorful coasters by Ana... more

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Skull images celebrate Mexico's Day of the dead in colorful coasters by Ana Maria Gonzalez. Working in decoupage on pinewood, she depicts the flirty Catrina in her feathered hat, a sugar skull, a bony skeleton with flowers in her hair and a geometric skull. The set of four arrives with a pinewood stand for storage and display.

  • 20 grams
  • 0.71 oz
  • Coasters (4): 0.3 cm H x 10 cm Diam.
  • Coasters (4): 0.1" H x 3.9" Diam.
  • Stand: 3.5 cm H x 12.5 cm W x 12.5 cm D
  • Stand: 1.4" H x 4.9" W x 4.9" D

  • Decoupage on pinewood with pinewood stand
  • Avoid contact with water
  • Clean with a soft, dry cloth
  • Free Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Premium Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Made in Mexico.
  • Certified and shipped by our office in Mexico
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Ana Maria Gonzalez

Meet the Artist
Ana Maria Gonzalez

Decoupage home decor

Mexico
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18 Testimonials for Ana Maria Gonzalez

Designed beautifully. Vibrant, detailed, a work of love. Well done
so beautifully well made Virgin of Guadalupe box!

Rocio

BRONX, NY

I just received this beautiful Artisan Crafted Christianity Wood Cross, 'Guadalupe Queen of Heaven I was amazed to see a wonderful job. I will give this present to my god son for his baptism in December. Thank You Ana Maria Gonzalez for creating an amazing wood cross. greeting Rocio Rendon
 
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