Your No-Nonsense, Money-Saving Guide to Planning for the Inevitable
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descriptions that are specific to the UK are in green text.
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Thinking Inside The Box
While our Halloween coffin may not meet the exact requirements for burial in a traditional memorial park, it sure serves its intended purpose. And that's what this chapter is all about.
Did You Know...
They now have urns that use state-of-the-art 3D imaging and photographs to
create a bust type urn in the shape of the deceased.
caskets are made from fully biodegradable products such as wood,wicker,
willow, bamboo, sea grass, water hyacinth, banana leaves, corn skin, and paper.
You can have a casket made in the shape of a kite, shoe, wine cork or surfboard.
There are special caskets /shrouds for sea burial.
You do not have to buy a casket at a funeral home.
Photo courtesy of Linda Baker who just might be nuts but does love Halloween - so much so that she wants to be cremated in this coffin made by her husband unless it is close to Halloween and Scott wants to use it for decorating.
The websites for goods and services are offered for your interest and exploration. The the act of posting them here is not an endorsement. There are some "goods and services" sites with whom I have had positive interaction and these sites are noted by the following: !!!
Reduce your carbon footprint by choosing the naturally biodegradable Ecopod. The earth will thank you. The Ecopod is available in North America through the Natural Burial Company www.naturalburialcompany.com
Bert & Bud's Vintage Coffins coffin kits !!! Note: The coffin kits are being discontinued. Look above at Full Body Burial -- Non-Traditional Caskets for their beautiful custom-made caskets. http://www.vintagecoffins.com/