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15.03.2015
With the rising cost of funerals and premium price tags at funeral homes, the two most affordable options are shopping for a cremation urn online and making one yourself. Doug Stove has a fine tutorial walking you through the step to build your own wood cremation urn.
You may think of an urn as being more like a vase, but according to all things Google, a box can be an urn, too! AJ Moses at the Woodworker’s Guild of America has written a very easy tutorial on how to build a simple yet classical-style wood box urn.


If you are planning on a sea burial for the remains, using a biodegradable cremation urn is both eco-friendly and wind-proof, allowing you to scatter at sea without having to pour out the remains. Unless you are burying the urn at a cemetery or storing the urn in a columbarium (either of these options may have specific requirements for the urn), you are free to use any container you see fit to hold the remains. This DIY cremation urn tutorial excels in showing you how to make sure you build the urn to the correct volume. When making a cremation urn, the lid is important as you do not want the interior to be easily accessible.


This is well-filmed and easy-to-follow tutorial which will help you with your DIY cremation urn. The resulting homemade paper mache urn will be biodegradable for use in burial at sea or in the ground.



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