Cremation Ash Keepsakes

I started working with cremation ash shortly after my husband passed away in 2019. I had this overwhelming need to have a piece of him physically with me and so I began searching online to see what options were out there. I loved the idea of having a diamond made but it was way out of my price range. Then I started seeing epoxy resin pieces with cremation ash and I knew that it was something that I would be able to do myself. So I got all of the materials and began learning the process. I ended up making pieces for myself and my children, as well as some of his very close friends and family. I found that having some of his ashes with me really did provide some comfort. Since then, I’ve worked with several others to create special keepsakes with their loved one’s cremation ashes and over and over ive heard the same thing, that it provides comfort. Which if you’re here, you already know, is very hard to find.

Having experienced loss myself, I am able to place myself in your shoes and I understand how even ordering something like this can be incredibly emotional. So I am here to help in any way that I can to make this as easy as possible. 

I will treat your loved ones ashes the with the same compassion, respect, and love as I do with my own husbands. Only a tiny bit of ash is needed to make several pieces and while I will ask for a small amount for this process, anything that is not used will be returned to you safely. If you are fairly local and would like help with retrieving the ashes from the urn, I will be more than happy to do that for you. I know that just opening it and looking inside can be overwhelming and painful.  Please do not hesitate to let me know what I can do to make this process as easy as possible for you. Even if you just want someone to talk to. 

As with every piece, my cremation ash work is highly personalized and made specifically with your loved one and you in mind. I would love the opportunity to speak with you directly so that I can get a feel for who this person was and what they meant to you, and to know your story so that it is reflected in your piece. I feel that it’s important to have a connection with you when I make your piece. And, I want you to know that you’re not just mailing away a piece of someone that you love to a total stranger who doesn’t have any emotional connection to the ashes or your piece. At least, those were my concerns when I was looking for something to do with my husband’s ashes. 

If you would like more information on what I can do with cremation ash, would like to order something, or get a quote click the button below and it will take you to a contact form. 

If you have any ideas for things that you would like to have done but you don’t see photographed here, please reach out anyway. I would love to hear your ideas and create something totally different for you.