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What to do with Cremation Ashes

What to Do with Cremation Ashes

What to do with cremation ashes. You have the ashes now what? Let us help you choose the right thing for them and for you.

What to do with cremation ashes

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We have lots of ideas to inspire you, to start with here are 12 things to think about, we’ve made a video which we hope you find useful…

12 Unique Ways to Memorialise Your Loved One’s Ashes

The Scattering Ashes website offers a variety of creative and meaningful ways to memorialise your loved one’s ashes. Here are twelve unique options:

  1. Scatter the Ashes: Choose a meaningful location, whether it’s a favourite place, a beautiful natural spot, or a significant landmark. This allows you to return and reflect on cherished memories.
  2. Create a Memorial Reef: Incorporate the ashes into an artificial reef, providing a lasting legacy that supports marine life and creates an underwater memorial.
  3. Turn Ashes into Jewellery: Transform ashes into beautiful pieces of jewellery, such as rings, pendants, or bracelets, allowing you to keep your loved one close to you.
  4. Memorial Fireworks: Incorporate ashes into fireworks for a spectacular and celebratory send-off, creating a memorable tribute that lights up the sky.
  5. Vinyl Record: Press ashes into a vinyl record, recording favourite music, messages, or stories. This unique keepsake can be played and cherished for generations.
  6. Memorial Glass Art: Infuse ashes into glass art, such as paperweights, vases, or sculptures. These pieces of art serve as beautiful and lasting tributes.
  7. Plant a Tree: Mix ashes with soil to plant a tree, creating a living memorial that grows and thrives, symbolising life and renewal.
  8. Ashes into Tattoos: Some tattoo artists offer the option of incorporating a small amount of ashes into tattoo ink, creating a permanent and personal tribute on your skin.
  9. Memorial Diamonds: Turn ashes into a diamond through a high-pressure process. These diamonds can be set into jewellery, providing an elegant and enduring keepsake.
  10. Memorial Stones: Mix ashes with concrete to create personalised memorial stones or plaques. These can be placed in gardens or other special locations.
  11. Stratosphere Release: When released, these  balloons rise into the sky, eventually scattering the ashes in a serene and symbolic manner.
  12. Space Burial: For an extraordinary tribute, send a portion of the ashes into space, allowing your loved one to rest among the stars.

These diverse options allow you to find a fitting and personal way to honour and remember your loved one, creating lasting memories and meaningful tributes.

What to do with ashes? 12 things to consider.

2 thoughts on “What to do with Cremation Ashes

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    Linda Real - 21st October 2018

    I am suddenly in possession of ashes of my sister and brother. I am leaving the country and need to dispose of them. Please help

    1. Reply
      Karen Martin - 22nd October 2018

      Dear Linda
      We’re here and very willing to try and help, did you want to call me in the office the number is 01392 581012. Karen

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