The Process – 3 Easy Steps

 

The process of commissioning your own cremation jewelry is easy. I take care of most of the details so all you’ll need to do is place your order and use the kit I’ll send to return your loved one’s ashes to me.

The information below is repeated elsewhere on this website. This page is for those who want an ordered, detailed description of the process of commissioning your own memorial.

Below are the steps we’ll complete as we work together to create your memorial.

 

Place Your Order

Add the pieces that you’d like to your cart and checkout. When the order is complete you’ll receive a confirmation email and I’ll send out a kit you can use to send the ashes of your loved one to me.

 

Mail The Ashes

Within a week or so (for USA orders), you will receive a package from Psyche Cremation Jewelry. This is the kit you’ll use to send me the ashes of your loved one. In the kit will be a small glass jar, a measuring scoop, and a prepaid mailing envelope.

Just place one scoop (about 1/4 tsp) of ashes in the jar for each memorial ordered. Place the jar in the prepaid mailing envelope along with any photos or written memories of your loved one you’d like me to review before making your memorials. Then drop the prepaid envelope in your nearest mail box.*

* Orders from outside the US please visit the International Shipping page to choose a shipping option.

 

 Anticipate Your Memorials

When I receive your jar of ashes in the mail, I’ll note the date and put your package with the other memorials waiting to be made. The next time I’m in the shop doing my best work and feeling in good and centered space, I’ll reach for the top package.

I’ll open the package and read anything you’ve shared with me about your loved one. I’ll look at any photos you’ve included to get a sense of who they were before creating your memorials.

When your memorials are complete, I’ll put them in my hot glass kiln and anneal them at close to 1,200F degrees. This ensures that any stress points are relieved, making them strong and durable.

The next day, once your pieces have cooled, I’ll package them up safely along with any remaining ashes and photos you sent and send them via USPS First Class airmail. I’ll also send you a confirmation email so you’ll know to be watching for your package.

For customers within the continental US, the entire process from the time you send the ashes until you receive your cremation jewelry averages 2-4 weeks. During very busy or slow times, this can vary as much as 2 weeks longer or shorter depending on how many orders are in my queue. If you are in a rush, please let me know and I’ll do what I can to make sure you receive your finished pieces when you need them.

 

 

Testimonials

I cannot thank you enough for the gorgeous pendant you made me. I had my sweet, beloved Iris kitty’s ashes for over 5 years, and couldn’t bare to let them go. I kept the ashes for way too long, and didn’t know what to do with them. I didn’t have a special place I could spread them and I never had the closure of doing something special and meaningful with the ashes. I never had a funeral or celebration for all the years he made me feel happy and loved, until you made this amazing pendant for me.

I don’t even know you, but need you to know how much you have helped me. You didn’t just preserve my beloved kitty’s ashes in a beautiful glass art pice, you helped me remove this block out of my heart that I have been carrying around with me for 5 years now. I can finally let the pain go, start celebrating his life and the many years he made me so happy.

My pendant is priceless and so precious to me, and amazingly even looks like an (eye) iris. Every time I look at it, I will think of my sweet Iris boy, and how much I love him. You are amazing, talented, and so kind to offer this service to people, in such a beautiful and unique way. I will tell everyone I know about your website, and I will proudly wear my beautiful Iris pendant every single day. Thank you so much.

Andreea Torjescu

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