Sugar Skull Coloring Pages
Dead of the Dead Coloring Pages are free and ready to print! Get creative and colorful with these beautiful Sugar Skull designs. We’re adding to the list constantly so continue to check back for new artwork!
Adult Sugar Skull Coloring Page You’ll need some patience with this one but it makes for a beautiful art piece!
Adult Day of the Dead Coloring Page One of the strongest symbols of Day of the Dead, the woman that smiles at death itself!
Sugar Skull Coloring Page for Kids and Adults El Vaquero (the cowboy) is a common persona in Mexican Culture.
The meaning of the colors in Day of the Dead
Red is used to represent our blood
Orange represents the sun and unity, because under the sun, we’re all the same.
Yellow represents the Mexican marigold, which represents death itself. Cempazuchitl are marigolds that symbolize death. Petals are used to make a trail so that the spirits can see the path to their altars.
Purple is pain, the mourning and grief surrounding the holiday
Pink and white are hope, purity, and celebration.
Black represents the Land of the Dead
Sugar Skull Coloring Page for Older Children It’s okay to be a little fancy now and then!
Sugar Skull Coloring Page for Children The friendliest Calavera that can make anyone smile
Day of the Dead Coloring Page for Children Day of the Dead Coloring page inspired by the movie Coco!
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