You may be far from home, but that doesn't mean you should (or can...) escape your roots. These pan dulce, piñata and Abuelita-themed gifts and accessories help you bring a little bit of your Mexican-American culture with you wherever you go:
These concha key chains look good enough to eat.
(Don't try it, though.)
Pan Dulce Charm, $7, Etsy
Sleep tight under the light of la luna.
La Luna Vintage Mexican Loteria Pillow cover, $38, Etsy
Spend a perfect, sleepy Sunday sipping some Café de olla from your handpainted calavera mug.
Hand Painted Sugar Skull Mug, $30, Etsy
Add a pop of color to your walls with this vibrant, folklorico print.
Day Of The Dead La Bruja Print, $10, Etsy
Winter is coming — and nothing fights the cold better than a set of luchador hand warmers.
Owie Pack/Hand Warmer, $5, Etsy
This Mariachi catrina makes for a beautiful bookshelf decoration.
Mariachi Catrina Mexican Folk Art, $35, Etsy
A traditional partridge adds a touch of Mexican folk flavor to any space.
Wooden Mexican Partridge, $25, Etsy
A piñata you won't want to destroy.
Piñata Earrings, $6, Etsy
Spruce up your space with a vibrant print.
Otomi Tribal Pillows, $39, Etsy
El Santo loves Abuelita just as much as you do.
El Santo Y La Abuelita Print, $10, Etsy
A calavera homage to Roberto Gómez Bolaños. RIP Chespirito.
Chapulin Colorado Calavera Art Print, $8, Etsy
Pop it on your MacBook, and show the world how much you love the palatero man.
Palatero Cart Sticker, $4, Fúchila Fresheners
Papel picado nail decals? Sign. Us. Up.
Papel Picado Nail Decals, $6, Etsy