I love your tiny shrine...something about peering into a small space, so intimate feeling.thank you for the poem too!!x..x
How darling your sweet shrine. Very nice. Thanks for sharing.
Beautiful and somehow private.x's
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
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!
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
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?
sometimes the tiniest offerings hold the greatest heart.pure beauty.thank you
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
Wonderful little shrine - so mysterious, as death is to us who remain.lulu
I love the celebration so small it will fit in your pocket. Very good idea...lovely!
I love your wee alter.Have a great day.Always, Queenie
Small is beautiful!Dia de Bloglandia
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. ;-)
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
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