Unique Ways to Store Ashes

Unique Ways to Store Ashes

When choosing cremation, you must decide what to do with the ashes of your loved one. In addition to dispersing ashes in a favorite place or storing them in a funeral urn, a wide array of other options are available. The choices are virtually limitless and greatly different in style and purpose. Ashes can be a visible part of everyday life or small cherished keepsakes brought out only for special occasions. The choice is yours. Ashes can be kept in a variety of vessels such as jewelry, holiday ornaments, home decor, and many other everyday accessories. The choices are as different and unique as your lost loved one’s personality. Cremation Jewelry Your loved one will undoubtedly hold a special place in your heart. Now you can keep a part of them close to you forever by storing his or her cremains in a piece of beautiful cremation jewelry.  The designs come in many styles and range from understated to ornate and from masculine to feminine. Photo lockets with ash compartments are just one way of commemorating the person that touched your life. You can even pay special tribute to a lost member of the armed forces by getting a military dog tag-style ash and photo locket. With all of the choices available, there’s sure to be a piece that suits your style and price point. Blue Snowball Ice Icicle Ornament Keepsake Urn Holiday Keepsakes The holidays can feel less than celebratory when missing a loved one. Even if that person is no longer a part of the living, he or she can still be part of the holiday season by being specially commemorated with a holiday ornament keepsake. One artistic option is a blown glass globe with colors and cremains infused into the ornament. The results are spectacular. Another option is a classic angel with a special ash compartment. Both options help keep the memory of a loved one alive and a special part of the holiday season. Home Décor Urns Losing a loved one is like losing part of your everyday life. Now there’s a way to give that person a special place in your home through a truly special home décor item such as a clock, hourglass, music box, candle keepsake, American Indian dream catcher, or hurricane lamp. These items offer a unique compartment for the storage of ashes, and can serve as distinct memorials for those who are no longer with us. There are so many ways that you can keep your loved one’s memory alive throughout your life. Imaginative ways of storing ashes is a wonderful way to reflect how much that person meant to you. It signifies a deep expression of your eternal love for the departed. Give your loved one the chance to remain an integral part of your life, and their spirit will live on through your fond memories.

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Anonymous
Mon, 06/25/2012 - 16:36

do you make glass egg timers for ashes as my husband and i have discussed this for him when his time comes
which hopefully is a long way off but it would be nice to see and own before the event .
Annie

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Rick Fraser
UrnAdmin
Tue, 05/21/2013 - 22:14

Hi Annie,

If you are still looking for an egg timer, we do have Hour Glass Urns, here:
https://www.inthelighturns.com/hourglass-urns.html

Take Care.

Sincerely,
Susan Fraser

Anonymous
Thu, 09/13/2012 - 12:07

My husband wanted to be put in an hourglass so cud keep him moving please advise?

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Rick Fraser
Mon, 06/10/2019 - 22:45

Hello Betty,

The Vatican does have limitations on how Catholic's are able to handle cremated remains. Back in 2016 the Vatican published a directive stating that cremation is an acceptable choice, but the cremains must be kept together and they must be buried in a cemetery or sacred place. The Vatican does frown upon separating ashes for scattering purposes, as well as, dividing the ashes among jewelry or keepsakes. Here is a post you might be interested in checking out, it talks a little more about Catholicism and Cremation, Catholic Cremation: But Should We Not...

Sincerely,
Susan Fraser

Anonymous
Fri, 04/26/2019 - 06:28

What is the Catholic rules on this.Making Jewelry out of the ashes of a loved one I am wondering about what the Church thinks

Anonymous
Tue, 12/30/2014 - 00:33

What type of coffin do you use for cremation?

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Rick Fraser
Thu, 04/02/2015 - 21:43

Hi Shirley,

If you are planning on a ground burial for a cremation urn, most cemeteries will require you to have an urn vault for the cremation urn. A cremation urn vault is a vessel that houses the cremation urn, this protects the urn from the weight of the earth as well as the cemetery maintenance equipment that will inevitably pass over it.

Thank you for inquiring.

Anonymous
Wed, 09/30/2015 - 23:14

interested in a price for a stainless steel necklace charm with chain to put pet ashes in myself.

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Rick Fraser
Thu, 10/01/2015 - 18:45

Hello Phyllis,

We would be more than pleased to discuss with you, the prices of our stainless steel necklace keepsakes, you can view all of our stainless steel cremation jewelry at this link here -
https://www.inthelighturns.com/stainless-steel-cremation-jewelry.html

If you feel you would like to talk to one of our customer service representatives, you may reach us at 1-800-757-3488 and we will be happy to help you with your order.

Sincerely,
Susan Fraser

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