Thanksgiving ~ Black Friday ~ Small Business Saturday ~ (Sunday) ~ Cyber Monday Sale
20% off our ENTIRE SITE *
Thursday, November 26 to midnightMonday, November 30
Relax, sip a gingerbread-pumpkin spice- turkey-cranberry-double foam-decaf-latte and finish up your holiday shopping with significant savings & super unusual gifts! Sugar skull lovers love Day of the Dead gifts - bright, colorful handmade folk art.
* The Fine Print » Sale details
Online shopping cart orders only. Limited to stock on hand.
EXCLUDES wholesale orders, custom orders, gift certificates & international orders. Also excludes an item which already has a quantity discount like 5 rolls of oilcloth or things packaged in multiples or dozens.
Minimum order for sale to kick in is $55.
Discount will appear at checkout. NO promo code needed.
We hope our interesting collection, product descriptions, photos and even real humans to answer your phone calls, will make your shopping fun!
Next to Day of the Dead, Christmas and Easter are the most important holidays of the Mexican calendar.
In traditional Mexican families, children don't receive presents until King's Day, the 6th of January but this is changing a bit in the big cities. Their thought is that the symbolism of the gifts to Christ, (remember the frankincense and myrrh?) should be made after the birth of Christ. Most parents enjoy the thrill and crushing rush of buying their kid's presents on the 5th of January with 30 million other parents! Not one day before.
Christmas Eve, December 24, is full of joyous fun, card playing, catching up and playing with all the little kids. It culminates with Midnight Mass, to which most people walk. It's like pedestrian traffic jams to get to church on "Noche Buena." Memorable times.
- Angela Villalba & the entire skeleton crew here at MexicanSugarSkull.com
Welcome to MexicanSugarSkull.com
Creators of the Mexican Sugar Skull Molds™
Take a mini trip to Oaxaca for Day of the Dead - Enjoy!
This excellent video was photographed by Bob Krist, independent reporter & photographer, contributor to National Geographic Traveler Magazine. Edited by John N. Campbell.
We carry the best Mexican oilcloth available! Oilcloth brightens a kitchen and adds personality to a patio table. It's an inexpensive way to jazz up the place! Oilcloth adds a lot of design flavor to any area of tables quite inexpensively. Great for catering tables, runners, party event rooms or everyday dining room tables. Check out our holiday oilcloth!
We carry a large selection of oilcloth by the foot or roll, and beautiful stock tablecloths. If you have a special design in mind for a round or long rectangular table, we can help. Start your collection of oilcloth patterns today and if you get tired of them, you can use them to line your kitchen drawers!