It’s a question we get all the time… “Can I be planted as a tree when I die?”
You’ve heard about this idea, and you’re intrigued. But will it work for you? Is it easy to do? What are the requirements, the regulations, the holdups, the costs, the prep? How does it work? Do you have to send out your remains – or those of your loved one? Does it only work with cremation? Or can you do full-body burial? What kinds of trees are available? How much actual work is involved?
Each and every region of these great United States have their own particular – and sometime peculiar – beauty. The land surrounding the Great Lakes is no different. Whether you live in Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Ohio, or across the border in Ontario, you know and love the Great Lakes for the way these lakes represent home. Continue reading Wood Cremation Urn with Great Lakes Art Inlay
Cremated ashes, also known as cremated remains, are the bone matter that is left once the cremation process is complete. Many people would like to know, What are cremated ashes like? Let’s find out. Continue reading What are cremated ashes like?
Cremation jewelry for ashes offers you a beautiful, meaningful, and lasting way to keep your loved one close to your heart. By placing a small amount of cremated remains – “ashes” – into a heart-shaped cremation urn pendant, you will be showcasing your eternal love everytime you put on your heirloom memorial necklace. Continue reading Affordable Heart Pendant Cremation Jewelry for Ashes
Our Cherry Blossoms Wood Cremation Urns feature gorgeous inlay art, laser cut from solid wood, engraved in fine detail, stained pink for color, and inlaid by artisan craftsmen right here in the USA. Check out videos showing two of the design choises for this lovely wood memorial art scene. Continue reading Cherry Blossoms Wood Cremation Urns with Inlay Art