Why Choose a Cremation Urn Made with Resin?

Urns for human ashes or pet ashes are available in styles to suit almost any taste. Large or small, simple or ornate. Traditional and contemporary cremation urns come in a variety of materials including wood, ceramic, metal, stained glass and more. One material often left out of the mix when it comes to urns for ashes is resin. It is versatile, strong and water-resistant. 
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Bring Your Ashes to the Edge of Space

Let’s face it, how many of us are going to get invited by NASA to have our cremated ashes loaded on a space ship to be launched into the far reaches of space? Hope exists, though, for anyone who dreams of such a thing.
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Guardian of Cremation Keepsakes: Keeping ashes at home

Are you keeping ashes in the house? Perhaps it’s what your loved one wanted, or what you decided. What will happen to the cardboard box, or the cherished keepsake urn, once you are gone? Although this is a somewhat morbid situation, it is likely to arise.


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Capture a Moment in a Memory Box

Throughout our lives we create memories. Starting from birth all the way to death – moments are celebrated, grieved, and shared – moments become memories and inform our future. Poignant and special memories deserve a concrete item that celebrates the moment. For such mementos, a memory box can be used to gather and rekindle the all too fleeting moments. 

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Cremation Jewelry: A discreet cremation urn, or conversation piece?

Over many years, various ways of memorializing a loved one have taken shape. With the increase in cremation, cremation jewelry has become a fashionable way to keep a deceased loved one close. Today you can find it in an assortment of styles to be used in a variety of ways.
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Sports Cremation Urns Dedicated to the Fan

Urns have come a long way from the traditionally somber vessels often associated with memorial cremation urns. I’ve discovered that one of the most popular of the current styles is the sport urn.
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Titanium Cremation Jewelry and Other Innovative Materials

Designers are expanding the concept of a traditional urn for ashes as new materials are explored. Titanium has become a popular choice for cremation jewelry. Silicone rubber and carbon fibers are other unusual materials being used to produce unique urns and urn jewelry.
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Choosing a Burial Cremation Urn

Burial urns, or funeral urns, are designed to hold ashes in a manner that is respectful and aesthetically pleasing. The urn is often a focal point, such as during traditional religious funeral services, wakes and visitations. Following these ceremonies, the urn can be buried in a cemetery with graveside burial rites and a headstone, in the same manner that a casket is buried.
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Urn Jewelry: Keepsakes to Treasure

Throughout the ages, memorial keepsakes have been emotionally significant in remembering those we have lost. In earlier generations, often a bit of the deceased’s hair was placed in a locket and worn by the bereaved. Although memorial keepsakes have evolved through time, their significance has remained the same.
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Stories of Cremation Urns for Mom

What to do with your mom’s ashes?

There are as many answers to this question as there are people! As our stories illustrate, there are countless ways to honor your mom, reflect the life she lived, and help loved ones through the process of loss.

Many urns for mom are creative expressions of remembrance.

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Memorial Keepsake Jewelry for Men

On cursory examination of our own experiences, most of us may conclude that yes, men do manifest their grief in ways dissimilar to their female counterparts. They may tend to be more stoic, and tend towards outward expressions of anger over sorrow. They may also spend a lot of time alone or try to be the ‘rock’ everyone else can lean on.

However, some experts prefer to note that grieving is too complex a process to characterize based on gender.

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This Little Light of Mine – A Cherished Memory Lamp

Memories coupled with the gentle light of a lamp ground us in comfort. When I think of light, it’s the promise of a new day. A new beginning. And hope that the sun will rise again. Memory lamps provide the bereaved with such a symbol of promise and hope. They are a unique way in which to bring a little light into their lives.
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