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Influenced by the folk artistry of Mexico, this collection brings elements of Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), Mexican milagros (miracles), Talavera pottery and religious iconography to the beading mat.

The aspects of Viva Mexicana!

Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead): Inspired by Mexican artists José Guadalupe Posada and Frida Kahlo, Viva Mexicana! includes links, beads and charms of flowers, bones, dancing skeletons, sugar skulls, Catrina, and more.

Mexican Milagros (Miracles) & Religious Iconography: Our milagros-inspired charms, links and clasp sets are beautiful, thematic parts ready to be reinterpreted in new jewelry designs. We also have a 2-1 link showing Our Lady of Guadalupe on one side and a rose on the other — it’s perfect for creating rosaries.

Talavera Pottery: The new line also includes several caps and a charm incorporating design motifs from tin-glazed Talavera pottery.