{seasonal style} Dia de los Muertos Front Porch Decor

I recently partnered with Cost Plus World Market to create a colorful and festive Dia de los Muertos inspired look for our front porch. Today I'm over on their blog sharing all the photos, along with four tips to help you capture the festive spirit of this joyful holiday!

Dia de los Muertos calacas and calaveras

Although it often gets associated with Halloween, Dia de los Muertos {celebrated on November 1st and 2nd} is a unique holiday all its own. Two popular symbols of Dia de los Muertos are calacas and calaveras {skeletons and skulls}, but Dia de los Muertos is far from a day of mourning. Rather, it is a joyful, laughter-filled tribute to the memory of family and friends that have passed away.

Dia de los Muertos flowers

It is exactly that celebratory spirit that I tried to capture on my front porch by using vibrant colors and a variety of items from Cost Plus World Market's Los Muertos Collection combined with a couple of simple DIYs. If you follow me on Instagram, then you caught a glimpse of one of those DIY's a few weeks ago...

Read the full tutorial on how to create these Dia de los Muertos wreaths, then head over to the World Market Discover blog to see the photos of my complete Dia de los Muertos front porch with tips for recreating this look on your own porch or in your home.

This post is sponsored by Cost Plus World Market, which is one of my favorite places to shop! Thank you for supporting the brands that make this blog possible! Read my full disclosure statement here.

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