Wood is the perfect choice for a cremation urn. There is something peaceful and soothing about wood. The natural lines of the wood grain, created from years of undisturbed growth in the wild, soundlessly speak of towering trees beside the still waters of a mountain lake or the soft chirping of birds around a well-trodden forest foot path.Continue reading 12 Rustic Wooden Cremation Urns with Surprising Elegance
If you’re not already thinking about dying, you should totally consider it.
Well, maybe not the dying part, since that’s inevitable; more specifically, you should think about how you are going to arrange your affairs for when the inevitable comes.Continue reading Here’s the complete list of everything you can do with your body after you die
When is the best time to buy a funeral urn?
This is one of those purchases that may quite suddenly and unexpectedly become very important to you and your family.
Right now, you may be reeling after the loss of a loved one and searching frantically for a wide variety of funeral products and services. Or perhaps you are – wisely – beginning to plan ahead for your final arrangements.
Whatever may be your situation, we have some helpful information for you below.Continue reading When is the best time to buy a funeral urn?
Funeral urns can seem like a daunting subject to the uninitiated. So many options, so many things to think about, and all you want is to honor your loved one without messing everything up. So to help, we present to you The Layman’s Guide to Funeral Urns.Continue reading The Layman’s Guide to Funeral Urns
In recent months, we’ve added an array of new wood lighthouse cremation urn designs so that any and all who love lighthouses and the seacoast can find the perfect funeral urn. These wooden urns are crafted in the USA, available in your choice of four types of solid premium woods, and can even be made in larger companion urn sizes for a couple to remain together always.Continue reading New Wood Lighthouse Cremation Urn Designs
From the reader mailbag, a question about an urn that can hold two persons, but not at the same time. First, here is the note we received: Continue reading Mailbag: An urn that can hold two persons, but not at the same time
An email came in with this question about cremation urns: “Is there a regulation as to how large or small a urn can be?” from inquiring reader Michael K. Here’s our answer. Continue reading Is there a regulation as to how large or small a urn can be?
Maple wood is uniquely light with elegant, wavy grain patterns of just slightly darker mocha tones. This light wood makes it an ideal ideal for laser engraving, as the laser etches and burns the wood to create a nicely contrasting sepia brown.
Maple is our preferred wood for engraved photo cremation urns, and works perfectly as an accent in our many 3-dimensional inlay art memorial urns. We offer a complete line of maple wood cremation urns made in the USA, using premium solid maple combined with superior craftsmanship to deliver an heirloom-quality product in honor of your loved one.
Let’s look at a few of these maple wood cremation urns. Continue reading Maple Wood Cremation Urns Made in the USA
If your loved one was a walleye angling enthusiast, our Walleye Memorial Urn presents a great way to honor your beloved fisherman’s memory with a rustic wood cremation urn. Continue reading Walleye Memorial Urn in Elegant Maple Wood
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