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5 Ways You Can Plant a Tree in Memory of a Loved One

Planting a tree to honor the memory of a loved one – family member, friend, pet – is a beautiful tribute with significant and life-affirming symbolism.

We’re always on the lookout for creative and unique “living memorials” and eco-friendly funeral and memorial options (see here, here, herehere, and here for a few examples), so we’ve had a chance to gather plenty of ideas. Check out these 5 ways you can plant a tree in memory of a loved one.  Continue reading 5 Ways You Can Plant a Tree in Memory of a Loved One

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This Unique Urn Turns Into a Bird House After Scattering

Scattering Urn that Turns into a Bird House

This is a one-of-a-kind memorial and cremation urn. These solid wood scattering urns are designed to securely hold the cremated remains until you are ready for the scattering ceremony. The urn is usually displayed with the plugged entry portal facing away from viewers. Continue reading This Unique Urn Turns Into a Bird House After Scattering

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Eternity Heart Cremation Necklace

Cremation Jewelry

Introducing the Eternity Heart Cremation Necklace Collection. These elegant and meaningful memorial jewelry pieces were designed and crafted with your beloved in mind, to honor their memory in a special way. Each pendant is handcrafted from quality materials and finished with your choice of 18k gold or genuine rhodium. Continue reading Eternity Heart Cremation Necklace

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How to Care for Sterling Silver Cremation Jewelry

Cremation Jewelry Care - Sterling Silver

Sterling silver cremation jewelry is an increasingly popular keepsake idea for those who have lost a loved one. An elegant and meaningful way to ‘keep him close to your heart,’ each cremation jewelry piece holds a tiny amount of cremated remains (ashes) as an heirloom memorial and tribute. Continue reading How to Care for Sterling Silver Cremation Jewelry

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DIY Blooming Monogram Memorial Table Centerpiece

Blooming monogram idea for funeral or memorial

Here is an easy DIY project to create a colorful and uniquely personalized memorial table centerpiece. Ideal for your loved one’s funeral or memorial service, you can make this DIY blooming monogram memorial table centerpiece in a variety of styles: single initial, 3-letter monogram, or full name. This one can be put together fairly quickly, so it’s simple to customize to your tastes and timeframe. Continue reading DIY Blooming Monogram Memorial Table Centerpiece

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Premium Sterling Silver Cremation Jewelry

Memorial Jewelry for Ashes

Our new line of premium Sterling Silver Cremation Jewelry is designed to help you to keep your loved one close to your heart. In collaboration with an expert jeweler with over twenty years in the industry, these memorial jewerly art pieces are individually constructed to order for you right here in the USA using the finest materials and craftsmanship. Continue reading Premium Sterling Silver Cremation Jewelry

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Make memorial garden stones with loved one’s ashes

A recent commenter mentioned that they were planning on using their loved one’s ashes to make memorial garden stones, because gardening was one of the things they loved most.

I immediately thought, What a unique and personal! Kudos to the family for creativity and for honoring their loved one’s memory in a special way. Continue reading Make memorial garden stones with loved one’s ashes

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How to get a memorial tattoo & matching cremation urn

Memorial tattoo and matching cremation urn

You’re considering a memorial tattoo; something unique that represents a departed loved one in a special way. While you’re perfecting the design, consider this: You can use your memorial tattoo design on a memorial cremation urn. Continue reading How to get a memorial tattoo & matching cremation urn

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Mailbag: What type of urn to use, and do we keep or bury it?

Burial of cremation urn

My mother’s ashes are being buried in a cemetery plot in Michigan. The ashes are now in a temporary cardboard box. What type of urn would we use and do we keep it or bury it? (The grave will be opened with a 2 foot deep hole.) Thanks!

 

– Question via email

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