The Quirky Gifts Blog

Everyone has at least one skeleton in their closet. When it comes to entertaining around Halloween, let one part of that skeleton out to play: the skull. As temperatures begin to dip, partygoers and trick-or-treaters appreciate a warm beverage in between candy stops. Celebrate Dios De Los Muertos with sugar skulls and yummy Mexican Hot Chocolate or Spiced Cider. Your Abuela (Mexican grandma) would definitely approve. Try some of her recipes below to add warmth and fun to any Halloween party for a touch of history and Halloween eeriness. Preparation Get set to write the recipes of life including Mexican Hot Chocolate with the Karma Kiss’ Set of Three Skull Pens. This set of three pens is skull-er-ific from top to bottom with scary Halloween or Day of the Dead skull details combined with function. Skull Pens Set of 3 Yummy Mexican..

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Ceramics is literally derived from the Greek word “Keramos,” which means clay. The manufacturing of these items can be imagined as something which can be molded by hands and then fired to a kiln. With a smooth, glossy texture and the fragility similar to a glass, ceramic items are something one should handle with care and love. It is created with well-worn thoughts, mounded and molded to its beautiful shape, and are finished with a touch of classic elegance which art can be traced centuries back. While ceramics have originally been created as vessels to carry various items, modern ceramicists have changed the way it should function. It has branched out to more than vases and pitchers, into functional kitchen knives, lovely decors and funky items you can actually place and use in your desktop! Karma Kiss lists down a..

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