Why it’s Never Too Late to Order Cremation GlassKenny Scott | Jun 13, 2016 | Cremation Glass Jewellery, Ash into Beads, Ash to Glass, Pet Cremation Jewellery, Glass Sculptures, Art from Ashes, Cremation Pendants, Ashes into Cufflinks
Have you been holding onto the ashes of your loved one, uncertain of what to do with them?
Perhaps many years have passed since you said your goodbye, but letting go of their ashes is still a painful subject – after all, the grieving process differs greatly. Not everyone can decide what to do with something so personal, whilst others find holding onto ashes brings them a great deal of comfort.
You may even have been unaware of some of the options you have, including cremation glass jewellery or art – and the fact that you only need a tiny amount of ashes to create such beautiful products that you can wear and carry with you wherever you go.
And the good news is, it’s never too late to have something made from your loved one’s ashes. I’m going to explain why below.
Why have something made from your loved one’s ashes?
Up until recently, memorial glass wasn’t as well known as it is now, so not everyone knew that they had options available which meant the best of both worlds between holding onto your loved one’s ashes, or scattering them.
In fact, this option allows you to literally do both, as you only need a tiny teaspoonful of ashes for each product. Many of my clients feel happier to scatter their loved one’s ashes, knowing they still have a small piece of them to hold onto; it can bring a great deal of comfort in that way.
Cremation glass can also be very beautiful to look at, as it tends to catch the light in such a way that you can see the unique pattern the ashes have made as they shimmer and sparkle in the sun. If treated well, jewellery or art can last for many years to come, and can even be passed down the family.
Why it’s never too late to order memorial glass
Whether your loved one was cremated 20 years ago, or just last month, their ashes will remain unchanged – which means having cremation glass jewellery or art made now will be just as effective as it would have been when you were first given their ashes for safekeeping.
An example of this is when I was contacted by a lady who lost her mother 20 years ago, and had been keeping her ashes sealed at the bottom of a plant pot all this time. She had recently discovered memorial glass, and wanted a beautiful wildflower art sculpture made to celebrate the memory of her mother.
Now, the sculpture sits proudly in her home, and she has something to look at which makes her smile every day.
Always speak to a company first
No matter how long it’s been, knowing that your loved one’s ashes are safe is always going to be a big concern, which is why it’s so important to call up your chosen memorial glass company and talk to a real person who can set your mind at ease about the process involved.
This is also a great opportunity to ask all the questions you need to feel 100% confident and reassured that your loved one’s ashes are going to be in good hands. You might also find my blog ‘What Should You Look for When Buying Jewellery for Ashes?’ helpful when choosing a good cremation jewellery company.
I hope you’ve enjoyed reading this blog post, and that it may have inspired you to look at some of the wonderful memorial and cremation glass jewellery options available. There are some fantastic products and services out there, and there’s absolutely no reason why you can’t have something made after all this time.
If you’re still feeling unsure, or have any specific questions about ordering memorial glass jewellery or art, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me, or check out my blog which may be of further help.
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