Día de los Muertos dolls abound at Cheekwood's 16th annual celebration - Examiner
I got this interesting OOAK painted Barbie doll at the Día de los Muertos festival at Cheekwood last weekend. The festival marketplace featured quite a few dolls. Here is a bit more info:
Cheekwood's 16th annual Dia de los Muertos
took place Oct. 24, 2015 at Cheekwood Botanical Garden in Belle Meade.
The celebration brought both traditional and non-traditional aspects of
the Latin holiday to Belle Meade. Colorful flowers, pumpkins and
scarecrows were already on hand for Cheekwood Harvest and the grounds
were made that much more colorful with streamers, face painting,
shopping, Aztec dancers, live music, coloring skull masks, music,
dancers and lots of Día de los Muertos dolls.
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