The Mexican holiday, Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos, is upon us! From October 31st to November 2nd various cultures worldwide participate in Day of the Dead to celebrate their loved ones who have passed, and also provides the opportunity to rejoice life. The holiday helps celebrators recognize the cycle of life and live with more meaning and awareness. To celebrate Day of the Dead, people often create altars, dress as skulls, draw skull tattoos, or even visit the resting place of their passed loved ones. Altars can contain incense, sugar skulls, candles, photos of deceased, and even fresh fruit. Click here to learn more about creating a Day of the Dead altar. Let us help you create an altar and come check out our selection of colorful skull items, candles, and incense!