Mexican Sugar Skulls

Learn about the history of the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), a festive holiday celebrated in November throughout Mexico that celebrates the life of loved ones who have passed.

Sugar skulls are used to adorn elaborate altars that invite our loved ones to return and help to light their way home.

In this class you will learn to make and decorate your own sugar skull.

Each student will learn to make the sugar mixture and frosting, use molds to form the sugar skull and then have fun personalizing each one.

Last available class at my home studio:

October 27th, 7pm

Family Friendly Class

October 26th, 4-6pm

@ Dill Pickle Food Coop at 2746 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60647

Contact me at normariossierrs@gmail.com or call 773-688-8984 to schedule a private event.

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