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Happy Dia De Los Muertos!

Posted by Debbie McCollum on

Celebrating life and honoring the dead with Earth Wood & Bone "Celebrating The Day of the Dead has a long history in Mexican Tradition.  The Day of the dead is celebrated on November 2nd.  Sometime one hears reference to “the days of the Dead” which refers to the Days of October 31 – November 2.  October 31 is Halloween or All Hallows eve. November 1 is “el Dia de los innnocentes” or the day of the children and All Saints Day.  November second is All Souls Day or the Day of the Dead." http://www.unm.edu/~htafoya/dayofthedead.html  

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I Love Halloween! Check out my Day of the Dead make-up Transformations

Posted by Debbie McCollum on

Fall is my favorite season of the year, and Halloween is the most fun cultural holiday!  I love the history, lore and traditions that have developed over the years.  I'm extremely fond of Dia de Los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, as it honors our ancestors & family that have passed on.  The make up and costuming that has developed through time for this celebration is fantastic! This year I've had so much fun with this make up so I'm sharing it with you.  I will be working on this again and will be trying different types of products to...

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Spooky & Interesting Halloween Facts & Folklore You Need to Know

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Discover Halloween History & Lore
shared by the Weber's Art Studio Blog on Earth Wood & Bone!

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FREE ART PRINT FOR A LIMITED TIME

Posted by Debbie McCollum on

For a limited time, every customer who makes a purchase on  Earth Wood & Bone will received a beautiful print of these fancy little pumpkins, FREE. Don’t Miss Out!

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EASY DIY SUNFLOWER FALL CENTERPIECE

Posted by Debbie McCollum on

Easily create a crisp rustic style Fall centerpiece with dried out sunflower cores, old glass centerpiece vases & glass stones.  No mess, no fuss! I usually grow about 5 mammoth sunflowers every year, but this year I kept it small and had 3 smaller sunflowers growing in pots on my deck.  Though smaller than mammoth, they still produced plenty of seeds thanks to the plethora of adorable fuzzy bees attracted by my little oasis of roses, palms, olive plants, hostas and lavender. My love for sunflowers always inspires me to keep them around for as long as possible.  After cutting...

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