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10 Unique Ideas for Cremation Keepsakes
Are you looking for a special way to store your loved one's ashes? These 10 unique cremation keepsakes go beyond the traditional urn.

Are you looking to get a cremation keepsake that will represent your late loved one but don't know what to get? If so, we are here to help you find the perfect keepsake item for your loved one's ashes.

Getting a keepsake item helps to keep your loved one's memory alive and gives you a sense of comfort knowing they are too far away. To see what cremation keepsakes we recommend keep reading below.

1. Keepsake Urn
Keepsake urns are a great way to keep a loved one close and dear after passing. These urns are smaller and come in beautiful finishes that can express your loved one's personality perfectly or be tailored to the decorations in your home.

Most keepsake urns are budget-friendly and can be given to family and friends so they can always have a piece of the person they loved. Green Meadow Memorials offers some beautiful keepsake urns for a great price.

2. Have a Necklace Made
If you want to carry your loved one's ashes wherever you go then you should consider getting a necklace made out of their precious ashes. There are many different necklaces that can be made or even bought online.

You can opt to get a pendant that you can fill with ashes and then seal or even contact an online store to have a stone made and then set into a necklace. Cremation necklaces look beautiful and are the perfect gift to give someone too.

3. Have Their Ashes Sprinkled by Fireworks
If your loved one was the light of your life and the life of the party, they should go out in the same way. There are companies that will take your loved one's ashes and mix them with fireworks. When the fireworks go off the ashes will be spread by the wind in an extravagant show.

4. Send Them out to Sea
If your loved one was always dreaming of being at the beach or was an avid beachgoer then you should send them off somewhere they loved to be. You can buy an urn that is meant to decompose in the sea and it's safe for the animals that live there.

These urns are also made to float so your loved one will be taken off to sea. You can have a small ceremony on the shore and watch as your loved one is given peace as they float away to their final resting place.

5. Have Them Become a Tree
If your late loved one was an avid outdoors person or gardener you can remember them by having their ashes grow into a tree. There are companies that will put your loved one's ashes into a compostable urn that is filled with soil and tree seeds. You will plant this urn in your place of choice and watch as the tree sprouts and grows in your loved one's memory.

6. Plant Flowers in Their Memory
If your loved one was enthusiastic about flowers and even more so wildflowers why not have some planted in their memory. You can mix their ashes with wildflower seeds and have them spread over an area of your choice.

You can even go the extra mile and attach the ashes and seeds to a drone to sprinkle over the ground. A few weeks later you can come back to see the flowers that have grown from your loved one.

7. Get a Tattoo
People will usually get a tattoo to remember a loved one after passing. The best part about tattoos is that they can be whatever you want them to be from a symbol that reminds you of your loved one to a portrait of them.

If you want to go the extra mile when it comes to your tattoo you can have your loved one's ashes mixed into the ink. There are tattoo parlors that specialize in this and would love to give you the ultimate commemorative tattoo.

8. Have a Glass Piece Made
Another keepsake you can have made is to get your loved one's ashes marbled within the glass. There are many glass blowers that will be more than happy to make a piece marbled with cremation ashes, the only thing you have to do is start the conversation. Glassblowers can make things such as paperweights to pendants you can place on a necklace.

9. Have the Ashes Turned Into a Diamond
If you want a truly valuable keepsake made from your loved one's ashes then you should consider having a diamond made. A diamond can be made by the carbon presented in the cremation ashes.

These diamonds are beautiful and truly sentimental. After getting your diamond you can have it set in a ring or place it somewhere safe.

10. Put Your Loved One in Their Favorite Song
When we say this we actually mean putting your loved one's ashes into their favorite song. There are companies that will press records made with cremation ashes. This means you can have your loved one immortalized in their favorite song, album, or singer.

Now You Have a Few Ideas for Cremation Keepsakes
We have given you a list of the 10 best ideas for cremation keepsakes. From ones you can wear such as necklaces to others that can adorn your home like keepsake urns, you should be able to find the best way to remember your loved one. For more art news and information be sure to check out the rest of our website.

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