Deadeye Gina Halloween III Greeting Card
Those eyes never stop looking at you! A quirky and fun twist on a Halloween or Day of the Dead holiday greeting card. High gloss on the outside and matte-finished on the inside. Always best to use a ballpoint or sharpie on this stock. The googly eyes move when tipped. A protective sheet is included to protect the eyes while mailing. This product should not require additional postage based on testing.
Size: 4.25" x 5.5"
Envelope: Complimentary color to design
La Calavera Catrina has become the referential image of Death in Mexico, it is common to see her embodied as part of the celebrations of Day of the Dead throughout the country.
On October 31, All Hallows Eve, the children make a children's altar to invite the angelitos (spirits of dead children) to come back for a visit. November 1 is All Saints Day, and the adult spirits will come to visit. November 2 is All Souls Day when families go to the cemetery to decorate the graves and tombs of their relatives. The three-day fiesta is filled with marigolds, the flowers of the dead; Muertos (the bread of the dead); sugar skulls; cardboard skeletons; tissue paper decorations; fruit and nuts; incense, and other traditional foods and decorations.
— Frances Ann Day, Latina and Latino Voices in Literature