Casa del Muertos

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So the Dia de Los Muertos festivities left us with lots and lots of beautiful objects du arte, which really weren’t ready for long-time storage. The kids and I decorated a couple wooden skeletons (from Jo-Anne’s no less, the 50% off sale kind-of makes it o.k.) and attached them to bamboo poles for the procession- Post party, a couple Ikea frames and gorgeous craft paper from Paper Doll, and the walls look 100% better-

text-ball-2-010.jpg we bit the bullit and actually bought nine extra, untreated Ikea frames, painted them and mounted the papel picado banners- and holy smoke! the livingroom looks classy! Well, for us it looks good. Squint, ignore the glare, it looks nice, right?

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About Shawn

Shawn Bowman teaches kids film production at the Pacific College of Northwest Arts in Portland Oregon and consults on hybrid web/arts/events projects Bowman is co-founder of Indiekid Films, folks who believe everyone around the world, regardless of age should see and create great movies.

Posted on November 15, 2007, in Super Crafty. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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