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Bestselling author Marty Noble allows you to express your creative streak and color Day of the Dead sugar skulls!
Sugar skulls, or calaveras, mark the arrival of the Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, in November. To celebrate this traditional Mexican holiday when the living honor their departed loved ones, sugar is molded into skull shapes and decorated with colors, patterns, and designs that delight, charm, and fascinate.
Now, decorate your own sugar skulls within the pages of a coloring book. Designed by the bestselling coloring book artist Marty Noble, the book features forty-eight gorgeous and intricate line illustrations of both human and animal skulls. These specially crafted sugar skulls range across different aesthetic influences and complexity levels for both the amateur and advanced colorist. They are adorned with flowers, plants, patterns, wildlife, macabre imagery, and traditional Mexican art motifs that will engage your inner creativity and get your coloring juices flowing.
These pages are perforated and printed on one side, allowing colorists to remove and display their finished designs easily. Whether on November 1 and 2, or throughout the year, Marty Noble’s Sugar Skulls offers an absorbing and fascinating coloring experience with page after page of unique sugar skull designs!
About the Author
Marty Noble is a New York Times bestselling coloring book artist, with more than three hundred books published and more than three million copies of her books sold. Her designs and art have been used in book illustrations, posters, puzzles, greeting cards, plate designs, and calendars over the past twenty-two years. Her most recently published adult coloring books include Marty Noble's Sugar Skulls and Marty Noble's Peaceful World. She lives in Santa Barbara, California.