Make Sugar Skulls with SOMOS

Learn how to make sugar skulls for your ofrenda for Dia de Los Muertos


Dia de los Muertos is a celebration which honors those who have passed. It is said that for just one day, their souls are allowed to roam the land of the living. In celebration of this day, many families make ofrendas and sugar skulls. The skulls represent life and death and the celebration of life, as well as honoring those who have fallen.

Join the SOMOS team in celebration of Dia de los Muertos, which is celebrated on Nov. 1 and 2. Team members Delilah, Esmeralda and Vanessa take us through the process of making their very first sugar skulls.