Prints on fabrics, tattoos, even as decor in some homes, the sugar skull craze is creeping into every corner. If you aren't sure what a "sugar skull" is, it's that skull that has many colors and patterns and looks very artsy.

The decorative skulls are used in the Mexican "Day of the Dead" which is actually celebrated on the Catholic feast of All Souls' Day (November 2nd). They are typically made of sugar, then decorated with icing, beads, feathers or other colorful ornamentation.

Because of how decorative, colorful and unique each one is, just making a face to look like one is beautiful. What a great idea for a Halloween costume! I bet THAT would be worth a prize at the 2015 Monster Bash Halloween night at Isle of Capri. (WINK!)