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Since my previous two postings pertained to decor projects I was working on for Sauce and Bread Kitchen’s ( Dinner of the Dead, I thought I would share some photos of how the space turned out.

I’m so happy with the results.

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This Dia de los Muertos garland looks great above the main counter. It was so inexpensive and simple to make. Read the how-to here.

These three characters are the highlight of the installation. I constructed them out of PVC pipe and zip ties.

Their heads are paper mache.

Each table is adorned with a hand painted Day of the Dead skull.

See how I created them here.

With a fresh coat of paint and some gems, I transformed an inexpensive Halloween foam skull into this jolly fellow.

Colorful garlands made from plastic table cloths add a festive touch throughout the restaurant. I made pink ones a few months prior for my flamingo themed birthday.

Read all about that party and learn how to construct the plastic table cloth garlands here.

I hope you’ve enjoyed these photos.

If you live in the Chicago area, please treat yourself to a lunch at Sauce and Bread Kitchen. The food and the staff are simply the best.

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