Excellent Arts - Papel Picado (Dia de los Muertos Decorations)

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Learn how to make a beautiful tissue paper banner known as "Papel Picado," a traditional holiday decoration for Dia de los Muertos, with PVSchools Spanish Translator/Interpreter Ginny Montano.

Papel picado literally means ‘punched’ or ‘perforated’ paper, and is a traditional folk art found throughout Mexico, Spain, and many other countries.

Create your own banner at home using one of the templates below or create your own designs and develop the use of line, form, color, symmetry, repetition, and variation of pattern.

Download the Skull template featured in the video.

Download a Heart/Flower template.

Materials Needed:

  • Scissors
  • Tissue paper
  • Paper clips or binder clips
  • Ribbon
  • Glue
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Excellent Arts - Papel Picado (Dia de los Muertos Decorations)

Friday , October 29 , 2021

Learn how to make a beautiful tissue paper banner known as "Papel Picado," a traditional holiday decoration for Dia de los Muertos, with PVSchools Spanish Translator/Interpreter Ginny Montano.

Papel picado literally means ‘punched’ or ‘perforated’ paper, and is a traditional folk art found throughout Mexico, Spain, and many other countries.

Create your own banner at home using one of the templates below or create your own designs and develop the use of line, form, color, symmetry, repetition, and variation of pattern.

Download the Skull template featured in the video.

Download a Heart/Flower template.

Materials Needed:

  • Scissors
  • Tissue paper
  • Paper clips or binder clips
  • Ribbon
  • Glue

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