What Do Sugar Skulls Symbolize?

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Sugar skulls were used in Mexico to represent the people who had died. Smaller skulls were normally set up to represent the children who died on the 1st of November, while the larger skulls represented the adults, and they were set up on 2nd November.
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As far as I know a 'sugar skull' is a skull made of sugar, chocolate or candy, and decorated in a joyus, almost happy, style for the Mexican day of the dead celebration. So in a tattoo
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Sugar skulls are "ofrendas" or offerings. The sugar represents the
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i know they have alot to do with the day of the dead and spanish or latin heritage but here is a link that may help http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Day_of_the_Dead.
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