Barbara S.I just wanted to say that I absolutely love my bead! The color is beautiful and in the sunlight the bead just shimmers from the cremains. Our dog, Farley, meant the world to me and I love that I can take him with me where ever I go now. It's a beautiful piece and I have been showing and telling everyone about it! Thank you so much for making a keepsake that I can treasure forever.
Donna W.I got my piece about 3 weeks ago. It's prettier than I ever thought it would be. I wear it everyday. I finally have something I can remember Hopper by that doesn't make me cry. It sparkles so much in the light just like my little boy. Thank you so much for offering this service. I have recommended you to so many people.
Patricia M. - BostonHello, I received a pink charm with the ashes of my little yorkie, Rita. I loved her so much and she loved going everywhere with me. The artist made a couple of beads for me. I put one on my Pandora bracelet, one on a Pandora necklace and gave two beads to her dogwalker and a friend of mine (and Rita's from work).
It is a constant reminder of what a dear friend she was.
Beth R. - New JerseyI lost my husband and my local funeral home showed me these products. I bought one of your wonderful necklaces and wear it everyday. Thank you for making such a wonderful tribute for me.
Sandra V.We lost our 16 yr old Bichon (TJAY) 18 mths ago... I saw this ad on cremains and chose the heart design...beautifully done....I wear it on a silver chain....and hold him dear to my heart.....gone but never forgotten..I recommend anyone who has lost a dear pet look into 'Pet Cremains'...you will not be dissapointed...
Randy C. - Green Bay, WisconsinI want to thank you, for the glass purple ornaments that were done with some of the cremains of my daughter. We had several made and gave them to family members.They are beautiful. Thanks again as each of our parents and siblings recieved one I think we had 7 purple ones made up. Thank You for all your creativity and talent.
Sandy P. - Columbus, OhioAfter the passing of my mother, another box of ashes lying around was the last thing I wanted. Knowing her wishes were to be buried two states away where I would never go again, my daughter mentioned Lee, a glass blowing artist, uses a small amount of ashes in a glass piece as a keepsake. I called her immediately and gave her some of my motherís ashes and a few weeks later I received three beautiful hand blown works of art. Inside the glass were white shiny pieces of ash that just sparkled. I kept one, gave one to my sister and one to my cousin. They were delighted. We all had a part of mom in a piece of beautiful hand made blown glass artwork. My mother was very beautiful when she was alive and thanks to Lee she still is. I keep the artwork in a curio cabinet in Florida and people always comment on how beautiful it is. It is then with great pride and pleasure that I tell them that this is my beautiful mother inside the glass artwork. The rest of momís ashes are buried where she wanted, but I can now keep her with me forever thanks to Lee and her wonderful artwork.