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One of Mexico's oldest religious traditions, these elaborate wooden crosses have long been considered a cornerstone of popular Mexican folk art. Each handmade cross has been painstakingly adorned with tiny brass figures known as "milagros". The numerous tiny images nailed into each cross represent prayers and thanks for life's tiny miracles and gifts of heaven. The same religious charms are popularly used in Mexico's churches and on altars, and now you can faithfully decorate your own home…

One of Mexico's oldest religious traditions, these elaborate wooden crosses have long been considered a cornerstone of popular Mexican folk art. Each handmade cross has been painstakingly adorned with tiny brass figures known as "milagros". The numerous tiny images nailed into each cross represent prayers and thanks for life's tiny miracles and gifts of heaven. The same religious charms are popularly used in Mexico's churches and on altars, and now you can faithfully decorate your own home…

NEW! One of Mexico's oldest religious traditions, these charming wooden crosses have long been considered a cornerstone of Mexican folk art.

NEW! One of Mexico's oldest religious traditions, these charming wooden crosses have long been considered a cornerstone of Mexican folk art.

One of Mexico's oldest religious traditions, these elaborate wooden crosses have long been considered a cornerstone of popular Mexican folk art. Each handmade cross has been painstakingly adorned with tiny brass figures known as "milagros". The numerous tiny images nailed into each cross represent prayers and thanks for life's tiny miracles and gifts of heaven. The same religious charms are popularly used in Mexico's churches and on altars, and now you can faithfully decorate your own home…

One of Mexico's oldest religious traditions, these elaborate wooden crosses have long been considered a cornerstone of popular Mexican folk art. Each handmade cross has been painstakingly adorned with tiny brass figures known as "milagros". The numerous tiny images nailed into each cross represent prayers and thanks for life's tiny miracles and gifts of heaven. The same religious charms are popularly used in Mexico's churches and on altars, and now you can faithfully decorate your own home…

One of Mexico's oldest religious traditions, these elaborate wooden crosses have long been considered a cornerstone of popular Mexican folk art. Each handmade cross has been painstakingly adorned with tiny brass figures known as "milagros". The numerous tiny images nailed into each cross represent prayers and thanks for life's tiny miracles and gifts of heaven. The same religious charms are popularly used in Mexico's churches and on altars, and now you can faithfully decorate your own home…

One of Mexico's oldest religious traditions, these elaborate wooden crosses have long been considered a cornerstone of popular Mexican folk art. Each handmade cross has been painstakingly adorned with tiny brass figures known as "milagros". The numerous tiny images nailed into each cross represent prayers and thanks for life's tiny miracles and gifts of heaven. The same religious charms are popularly used in Mexico's churches and on altars, and now you can faithfully decorate your own home…

One of Mexico's oldest religious traditions, these elaborate wooden hearts have long been considered a cornerstone of popular Mexican folk art. Each handmade heart has been painstakingly adorned with tiny brass figures known as "milagros". The numerous tiny images nailed into each heart represent prayers and thanks for life's tiny miracles and gifts of heaven. The same religious charms are popularly used in Mexico's churches and on altars, and now you can faithfully decorate your own home…

One of Mexico's oldest religious traditions, these elaborate wooden hearts have long been considered a cornerstone of popular Mexican folk art. Each handmade heart has been painstakingly adorned with tiny brass figures known as "milagros". The numerous tiny images nailed into each heart represent prayers and thanks for life's tiny miracles and gifts of heaven. The same religious charms are popularly used in Mexico's churches and on altars, and now you can faithfully decorate your own home…

I know I probably have enough wall crosses, but this one is beautiful.  It's called the radiant love cross.  <3

I know I probably have enough wall crosses, but this one is beautiful. It's called the radiant love cross. <3

One of Mexico's oldest religious traditions, these elaborate wooden crosses have long been considered a cornerstone of popular Mexican folk art. Each handmade cross has been painstakingly adorned with tiny brass figures known as "milagros". The numerous tiny images nailed into each cross represent prayers and thanks for life's tiny miracles and gifts of heaven. The same religious charms are popularly used in Mexico's churches and on altars, and now you can faithfully decorate your own home…

One of Mexico's oldest religious traditions, these elaborate wooden crosses have long been considered a cornerstone of popular Mexican folk art. Each handmade cross has been painstakingly adorned with tiny brass figures known as "milagros". The numerous tiny images nailed into each cross represent prayers and thanks for life's tiny miracles and gifts of heaven. The same religious charms are popularly used in Mexico's churches and on altars, and now you can faithfully decorate your own home…

One of Mexico's oldest religious traditions, these elaborate wooden crosses have long been considered a cornerstone of popular Mexican folk art. Each handmade cross has been painstakingly adorned with tiny brass figures known as "milagros". The numerous tiny images nailed into each cross represent prayers and thanks for life's tiny miracles and gifts of heaven. The same religious charms are popularly used in Mexico's churches and on altars, and now you can faithfully decorate your own home…

One of Mexico's oldest religious traditions, these elaborate wooden crosses have long been considered a cornerstone of popular Mexican folk art. Each handmade cross has been painstakingly adorned with tiny brass figures known as "milagros". The numerous tiny images nailed into each cross represent prayers and thanks for life's tiny miracles and gifts of heaven. The same religious charms are popularly used in Mexico's churches and on altars, and now you can faithfully decorate your own home…

One of Mexico's oldest religious traditions, these elaborate wooden crosses have long been considered a cornerstone of popular Mexican folk art. Each handmade cross has been painstakingly adorned with tiny brass figures known as "milagros".

One of Mexico's oldest religious traditions, these elaborate wooden crosses have long been considered a cornerstone of popular Mexican folk art. Each handmade cross has been painstakingly adorned with tiny brass figures known as "milagros".

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