A Sugar Skulls Travel Blanket, w/Travel Handle

$180.00
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CLEARANCE! A Sugar Skulls Travel Blanket

Includes Travel Handle upgrade & BELLA Sea Glass on the back.

Because I have limited space in my studio, every year I have to make some hard cuts to bring in something new. So, let's clear this out to make room for next years new collections. My loss is your win with this amazing clearance pricing.  Limited quantities, and it won't last long. 

A soft and cuddly Sugar Skull Blanket and help celebrate this wonderful Mexican tradition. I love the way the bright colored skulls look on the jet black background. Minky manufacturers are now able to print anything on Minky fabric without loosing ANY of its softness. In fact, sometimes the printing process makes it even softer.

You'll be getting a "Sugar Skull" Travel Blanket, it's approximately 40" x 60" when it's unfolded. It includes the DIVINE Travel Handle upgrade and the BELLA minky in Sea Glass on the back side. When you're on the go, it folds up into a 12" x 18" pillow. Each Travel Blanket includes the Blanket, attached storage pillow, toggle closure on the pillow, & a "D" ring attached to both corners of the pillow for a variety of carrying options.

How to Store the Blanket in the pocket. (see picture above)  

  1. Locate the toggle button & pocket.
  2. Pull the pocket out that is tucked inside the blanket.
  3. With the pocket out, and using your fingers, start gathering and stuffing the blanket into the pocket.
  4. Flatten, squish or fluff to make desired pillow shape.
  5. Fasten toggle through the buttonhole.  

Day of the Dead & Sugar Skulls History:

  1. Day of the Dead is an interesting holiday celebrated in central and southern Mexico during the chilly days of November 1 & 2. Even though this coincides with the Catholic holiday called All Soul’s & All Saint’s Day, the indigenous people have combined this with their own ancient beliefs of honoring their deceased loved ones. They believe that the gates of heaven are opened at midnight on October 31, and the spirits of all deceased children (angelitos) are allowed to reunite with their families for 24 hours. On November 2, the spirits of the adults come down to enjoy the festivities that are prepared for them.
  2.  Sugar skulls represented a departed soul, had the name written on the forehead and was placed on the home ofrenda or gravestone to honor the return of a particular spirit. Sugar skulls are labor intensive and made in very small batches in the homes of sugar skull makers.

Clearance Items are a Final saleThey cannot be returned. Sizing Note: All sizes are approximate & refer to Cut, Pre-sewn, sizes. Finished product can sometimes be up to an inch different than stated. - CLICK HERE for more Information that you'll need to know about your purchase.