Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Dia de los Muertos matchbox



15 comments:

Stephanie said...

I love your tiny shrine...something about peering into a small space, so intimate feeling.

thank you for the poem too!!
x..x

Gloria said...

How darling your sweet shrine. Very nice. Thanks for sharing.

Vintage Green said...

Beautiful and somehow private.

x's

Roz Cawley said...

More inspiration - that must be the tiniest shrine I have seen - but oh, how charming! Thank you for sharing this with me.
Warm wishes from England x

lyle baxter said...

love your tiny shrine! you wont have any trouble putting it in a safe place when the season moves on! great idea! and it will fit in a purse or pocket! clever you!

A Wild Thing said...

Which just proves again...big is not always better, leave it to you to come up with the great mini-shrine...I like how your mind works!!!

xo...s

Fran aka Redondowriter said...

I love your match box shrine. It never occurred to me to make one in a match box. I also love that black and white Catrina photo. Is that you, by any chance?

rebecca said...

sometimes the tiniest offerings hold the greatest heart.
pure beauty.
thank you

audrey said...

What a beautiful shrine ~ so small, yet filled with the sentiments of the Day of the Dead. Small enough to carry with you anywhere you go. I love it. Thank you for sharing during these days of remembrance and celebration.
♥ audrey

lk moonwood said...

Wonderful little shrine - so mysterious, as death is to us who remain.
lulu

Julie said...

I love the celebration so small it will fit in your pocket. Very good idea...lovely!

Queenie Believe said...

I love your wee alter.
Have a great day.
Always, Queenie

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Small is beautiful!

Dia de Bloglandia

Ascender Rises Above ! said...

Thanks for sharing your tiny altar. I love that they are so small that one can take them in their pockets whenever they are needed. I especially liked your images to the left and how they were altered.... at least I assume they were altered. ;-)

Bohemian said...

I ADORE Dia de los Muertos Art... this Shrine is lovely. My last two Posts have some Dia de los Muertos Art Creations that I fell in love with... the Yaqui Decorated Sugar Skull Creation I was fortunate enough to purchase.

Blessings from the Arizona Desert... Dawn... The Bohemian