The Burlini Studios Chippendale Chest Cremation Urn is a truly unique memorial: it is both a cremation urn and a keepsake chest. The top section has a hinged lid that opens to reveal a velvet-line keepsake area, with removeable tray, photo frame, and medal/pin display. Take a look: Continue reading This beautiful memorial is both a cremation urn and a keepsake chest
You have a one-of-a-kind personality, a unique twist on life, and a truly eclectic array of niche interests and creative passions. This is how you will be remembered, and this is how you would like your life to be celebrated at your funeral.
If you’re smart (and no doubt you are, *wink*), you are planning ahead for your final arrangements. Let’s start to shape your memorial service by looking at the five best creative personalized accents for your funeral.Continue reading 5 Best Creative Personalized Accents for Your Funeral
For the sailing enthusiast, we present this premium wood art memorial urn hand crafted in the USA from solid wood and engraved in fine detail. The “Soft Breezes” Sailing Art Cremation Urn features laser etched wood pieces in their natural colors, layered together to create a sense of depth and realism. Continue reading “Soft Breezes” Sailing Art Cremation Urn
What is a cremation urn? Continue reading What is a cremation urn? [Video]
Firstly, we want to show off a little on just how beautiful this cherry wood urn is. Made in the USA from solid premium cherry wood, carved with finesse into a sculpture art pattern which wraps the piece, and finished with a rich cherry stain, this is one of our most popular memorials. Continue reading 4 Ways We Make This Beautiful Cherry Wood Urn
The question, “What do I do with cremated ashes?” is the subject of one of our most popular and somewhat bizarre posts: 27 Things to Do with Cremated Remains. That list includes all manner of unique ways people have scattered or stored cremated ashes, from shooting them off in fireworks to turning them into a portrait oil painting.
But most people who ask this question want to know realistic and practical options for what to do with the ashes after a loved one is cremated. Here is a brief guide which informs you of your options and may give you a hand in making the decision. Continue reading What do I do with cremated ashes?
Dogsledding is big in Alaska. In fact, according to Alaska.org, dog sled races are “not only an Alaskan tradition, but also a state obsession.” Your experience with Alaskan dogsleds may come from a cruise excursion, as a fan of the Iditarod race, as a movie buff or Jack London fan, or from Continue reading Dog Sled Cremation Urn with Alaska’s Mount McKinley
Shopping for a cremation urn is a a very meaningful and personal process, yet it involves plenty of unfamiliar options, products, and terms. Here is our Beginner’s Guide to Cremation Urns, to help walk you through the available options for honoring your loved one with a cremation urn which is perfectly suited to their memory. Continue reading A Beginner’s Guide to Cremation Urns
Here is a full 360° view of our gorgeous walnut wood cremation urn, which we call “the Boxwood.” Crafted in the USA using only the finest premium dark walnut wood, the Boxwood Cremation Urn is available in Walnut (as pictured here), Oak, or in the larger Companion Urn size. Continue reading 360° View of a Gorgeous Walnut Wood Cremation Urn
With something as significant as a memorial urn, it’s tough to order online without actually having seen the item. That’s why we’ve made the video you’ll see below. In the video, we take our new Maple Wood Cremation Urn with Walnut Cross Inlay and show you a 360º view. Continue reading Video: Maple Wood Cremation Urn with Walnut Cross Inlay