El Dia de los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead, is a religious Mexican holiday, derived from an ancient Pagan Festival of the Dead that follows All Saints’ Day. Day of the Dead commemorates the lives of beloved dead (family, friends or any loved ones that have passed away). The Day of the Dead coincides with the Roman Catholic All Saints Day and All Souls Day, November 1 and 2 with earlier Aztec. The customs and traditions associated with All Soul’s Day are various and differs, Traditionally commemorative altars are prepared at home and brought to the graves of family members so that the loved family may visit with the dearly departed and celebrating the dead with processions, dances and music. The human skulls are the symbols in El Dia de los Muertos. Crafts of Sugar Skull Decorating, Children’s Mask Painting, Candies are made in the shape of skulls ,traditional Pan de Muerto bread are made and people may paint their faces to represent a skull CRAFTS FOR ALL SOULS DAY are plenty and enjoyable to do. This articles comes to celebrate our dears with crafts made especially for them .see these collections of CRAFTS FOR ALL SOULS DAY that may help you to be inspired.