The type of resin used can make a huge difference in the nature and appearance of artwork or jewelry. I use a superior quality resin that is made especially for art. I have been using it for a number of years and just love its look and durability.
Resin is quite lightweight and durable and typically won’t chip or break as glass can. But, like anything that is exclusive I would advise that you treat it like the priceless creation that it is.
Resin can be tinted in numerous ways. It can be translucent, opaque, metallic, solid or multi-color. It can have additives like Mica flakes (I offer numerous colors), glass (also available in numerous colors) and metals (e.g. Copper, Gold). Please refer to the variety of examples offered so you may choose what you like best. If you have a preference of a color or additive combination that isn’t shown, you may contact me at email@example.com to explore options.
Please note that each and every piece will be unique. No two pieces will ever be exactly alike.
Your loved one’s cremains are special and will be handled with dignity and care. They will be treated with gloved hands, literally. Typically, only about a teaspoon of cremains are necessary to make 2-3 pieces (depending on the size of the piece). Any cremains remaining will be spread at a local mountain unless return is specified. Please see our instructions on how to send the cremains once your order has been placed.
About the Artist
I lost my father recently and it was while trying to find a way to memorialize him, that I came up with the idea of these pieces. My sister and I both have a set of earrings and a necklace that have some of my “dad sand” (as I like to call it) in them. I truly feel that he’s with me whenever I wear them. Please understand that this is truly a passion for me and that it is very important to me that you love your piece(s). Please feel free to contact me with any questions that you might have.