July 16, 2016
Glass Orb with Infused Ash from Cremation.
It's hot here in Texas and it's getting harder and harder to make it through a tennis match unless you play super early in the day. And it's gonna get hotter! But fortunately it wasn't yet 105 degrees by the time I finished playing with my Saturday morning crew at Travis Park in Austin so I was able to get some new pictures in of Confetti's and Glimmers.
We have a new mix we're now using that has more reds and oranges to offset the greens; above is an example of this mix. You can see small ropes of cremation ash within the matrix; we have a few more pictures in the product listing you can see this effect better of the ash in the glass.
Below you can see a picture of one of the glimmers; it's a blue & green glass option which is a popular option for people. There's a little bit of extra sparkle in this one as we were experimenting mixing dichroic glass with the cremains, however we won't be offering dichroic glass as a standard option; for special request only.
October 10, 2019
May 17, 2019
Once a deceased loved one is cremated, there are many different options for what to do with the ashes. Some people choose to bury them in a cemetery, entomb them in a columbarium, keep them at home in an urn or even turn them into beautiful pieces of cremation jewelry or memorial art.
Others decide – whether at the request of the deceased or due to personal reasons – to scatter the cremated remains somewhere. Along with the choice to scatter, however, comes a whole new set of decisions to be made. In particular, where those remains should be disbursed?
May 09, 2019
When a loved one passes away, there are so many decisions to be made. Where will the funeral be held? What type of service should there be? What should be done with his or her remains? If you’re wondering what to do with a loved one’s ashes, here are a few ideas to keep in mind.