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Seascape Cremation Urn and Matching Keepsake

The  Seascape Cremation Urn is another masterpiece of woodcraft built in the USA with premium hardwoods. The sailing coastal scene is laser engraved into several different wood pieces which are layered into a 3-dimensional art scene. BUY THE SEASCAPE URN HERE The front panel, shown here in Walnut wood and also available in Oak, features a weathered tree [...]

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New additions to our line of Cremation Urn Vaults

We've partnered with a new supplier to expand our selection of burial vaults for cremation urns. These urn vaults are outer containers that hold and protect the memorial urn when buried in the ground in a cemetery plot.The purpose of a cremation urn vault is primarily to protect the cemetery grounds. Since most wood, ceramic, metal, [...]

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A Lovely Little Cedar Wood Pet Urn

This little beauty is crafted in the USA using incredibly aromatic select Tennessee cedar wood. Designed for your beloved pet, the dimensions of our premium  Cedar Wood Pet Cremation Urn measure 7" wide by 4" deep and 4.25" high, allowing for 50 cubic inches of interior capacity. TIP: 50 cubic inches means that there is enough room in [...]

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A Rodeo Cowboy's Memorial: Bull Riding Cremation Urn

Our Laser Carved Memorial Urn Series is the perfect combination of American-made craftsmanship, rustic sensibilities, affordable simplicity, premium wood materials, and elegant artwork.Our newest addition to this line of cremation urns, the Laser Carved Bull Riding Rodeo Cremation Urn, is designed to be a rodeo cowboy's memorial which honors their passion, strength, and determination in the rodeo [...]

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10 Nifty Cremation Urn Gifs

Gifs are the internet's visual slang. Showing rather than telling, and showing with motion rather than showing with detail, a gif is a snapshot of a movement used as a shorthand to explain, clarify, or make light of something. We've made some gifs to showcase our beautiful cremation urns in a new light. Hopefully you find [...]

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Custom Engraving on Maple Wood Cremation Urn

Here is a recent custom laser engraved project that turned out very well. A customer was interested in our Wilmington Cross Urn in Maple Wood, which looks like this: BUY HERE The customer loved the urn's design and the maple wood, but didn't want the cross. So we added the option to the Wilmington Urn's product page to [...]

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What To Do With Cremated Remains: A 5 Minute Guide

Once the family has decided on cremation, one of the first decisions you'll have to make is what to do with the cremated remains. There are many options (including unique and unusual ones), so here is our brief 5-minute guide to the options most people tend to choose.What to do with Cremated Remains The basic options for [...]

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What does scattering ashes symbolize?

With the numbers of people choosing cremation over burial on the rise, scattering is quickly becoming a popular final disposition method. It's important to have a meaningful way to put your loved one to rest, so many people ask, "What does scattering ashes symbolize?" Symbolism of Scattering Ashes LETTING GO The most obvious symbolic meaning represented by scattering ashes [...]

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The Beauty of a Walnut Wood Cremation Urn Memorial

Often when people think of cremation urns, the first thing they think of is a metal or ceramic vase-shaped vessel, or perhaps a marble or granite rectangular vault-style urn. Not everyone will think of wood as an option for a cremation urn memorial, but we've found that our customers love our wood cremation urns because [...]

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Cremation Urns and Christmas

The winter holidays are tough to face when a loved one is no longer around to share in the festivities. Dealing with a cremation urn is often the last thing someone wants to deal with, especially when they're already burdened with grief, funeral arrangements, expectations from family and friends, finances, and now the holiday season. Since [...]

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