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Day of the Dead A5 Notebook by Quadrille

Day of the Dead A5 Notebook

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Day of the Dead A5 Notebook by Quadrille

This Day Of The Dead Hardback Journal is an impressive, stylish journal featuring gold-foiled Mexican skull on cloth binding, sprayed pink page edges and marker ribbon.

About the Author

Mexico's `El Dia de Muertos' is colourful, mystical, contradictory, macabre and lively celebration of the dead, held each year from 31 October - 2 November. The emblems of the celebration are the vibrant sugar skulls, made as votive offerings to ancestors. The imagery is beloved of fashionistas throughout the world.

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Publication date

1st July 2016



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Quadrille Publishing Ltd


Notebook / blank book
144 pages


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