Something Weird about the use of Bone Ash
I am never doubt some people’s imagination and creativity. They can create or make lots of unbelievable things from some materials I never thought can be used in that way. Today’s topic is one of those examples. What we usually do to our loved ones’ bone ash? Bury it in the ground? or place in the temple, church? It is a kind of normal way. But look at what the people did below. I am not sure how many of you would like to do the same things or even crazier. No offense, but that is just way too weird and unacceptable for me.
1. Widow uses dead husband’s ashes for painting [link]
As well as following tradition and scattering some of his ashes the mother-of-one she chose to have the artwork made as a permanent and everlasting reminder of the former toolsetter.
“I always say that when I look at the painting I can feel George holding my hand,” Mrs Filkins said.
2. Make diamond from your loves’ ash [link]
The LifeGem is a certified, high-quality diamond created from the carbon of your loved one as a memorial to their unique life.
3. Dad’s ashes made into teapot [link]
CUPPA fan John Lowndes had his dad’s ashes mixed with clay and turned into a TEAPOT, because his dad has the same interest as he – drinking tea. Of course, he said he would never use that teapot to make tea, just look at it to memorize his dad.