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Green and Gold Skull Celebration - Zombie Green~!

Green and Gold Skull Celebration - Zombie Green~!

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: silver wire, variety of green seed beads, wooden Tibetan mala skull, silver round earring form
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These light weight, fun green and gold seed beads are a halo around the old mala Tibetan skull. These are the last two I have and are hand carved wood beads that were once a part of a necklace. The skulls sit on a light gold bead and are crowned by another green bead. They dangle sweetly and will make people do a double-take as they realize those are skull swinging from your ears. :-)

These earrings are inspired by the celebrations surrounding the Day of the Dead. A festival that honors and remembers our ancestors. Parades, shrines, and skulls are the most identified aspects of this holiday. In Mexico, families will spend the day at the cemetery and bring fresh flower, food, alcohol, trinkets and sweets to their loved ones. Many will set a dinner place for their departed family members at the diner table and serve the space food for any ancestor that might come to visit. It is a time of joy and remembrance.

For the dead it is also a time of celebration. They say the dead can do what they want, no longer limited by the restrictions and fears we put on ourselves in life. It is very common to see statues, paintings and idols doing outrageous wonderful things.

Enjoy!
These light weight, fun green and gold seed beads are a halo around the old mala Tibetan skull. These are the last two I have and are hand carved wood beads that were once a part of a necklace. The skulls sit on a light gold bead and are crowned by another green bead. They dangle sweetly and will make people do a double-take as they realize those are skull swinging from your ears. :-)

These earrings are inspired by the celebrations surrounding the Day of the Dead. A festival that honors and remembers our ancestors. Parades, shrines, and skulls are the most identified aspects of this holiday. In Mexico, families will spend the day at the cemetery and bring fresh flower, food, alcohol, trinkets and sweets to their loved ones. Many will set a dinner place for their departed family members at the diner table and serve the space food for any ancestor that might come to visit. It is a time of joy and remembrance.

For the dead it is also a time of celebration. They say the dead can do what they want, no longer limited by the restrictions and fears we put on ourselves in life. It is very common to see statues, paintings and idols doing outrageous wonderful things.

Enjoy!

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