November Holidays and Fun Days | The Happy Housewife

November Holidays and Fun Days

Mini Mayflower | Click Pic for 18 DIY Thanksgiving Crafts for Preschoolers to Make | Easy Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids to Make

Mini Mayflower | Click Pic for 18 DIY Thanksgiving Crafts for Preschoolers to Make | Easy Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids to Make

Disneyland in November

Disneyland in November

Disneyland in November planning guide: holiday decor, Paint the Night parade, A Christmas Fantasy parade, meet Santa and Thanksgiving at Disneyland.

Fall Leaf Mason Jar Candle Holder | 17 DIY Thanksgiving Crafts for Adults, see more at http://diyready.com/amazingly-falltastic-thanksgiving-crafts-for-adults

Amazingly #Falltastic Thanksgiving Crafts for Adults

Fall Leaf Mason Jar Candle Holder | 17 DIY Thanksgiving Crafts for Adults, see more at http://diyready.com/amazingly-falltastic-thanksgiving-crafts-for-adults

Adorable Handprint and Footprint Turkey Thanksgiving Kids: Easy to make for kids to decorate for Thanksgiving or give to people in their life they are thankful for (like mom and dad, grandma and grandpa). (November, kids craft, Preschool, Kindergarten, Thanksgiving Craft)

Adorable Handprint and Footprint Turkey Thanksgiving Kids: Easy to make for kids to decorate for Thanksgiving or give to people in their life they are thankful for (like mom and dad, grandma and grandpa). (November, kids craft, Preschool, Kindergarten, Thanksgiving Craft)

Catrina dolls have become an essential part of the Day of the Dead. The dolls, which show skeletons dressed up in beautiful gowns and often adorned with or carrying flowers, are some of the most commonly seen sights in towns around Mexico during the November holiday. The annual celebration, which honors ancestors, employs many visual elements, and few are more striking than these stylized skeletons.

Catrina dolls have become an essential part of the Day of the Dead. The dolls, which show skeletons dressed up in beautiful gowns and often adorned with or carrying flowers, are some of the most commonly seen sights in towns around Mexico during the November holiday. The annual celebration, which honors ancestors, employs many visual elements, and few are more striking than these stylized skeletons.

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