When Personalization Becomes Creepy!
I was emailed a link to these new personalized cremation urns by www.cremationsolutions.com. These urns are honestly the most personalized product I have been introduced to in this industry. I mean how do you get more personalized then an urn that looks like the deceased? Are you scratching your head yet? Take a look below and you will understand.
Never forget a face!
Personal Cremation Urns are a new and exciting way to memorialize your loved one.
Now we can create a custom cremation urn in the image of your loved one or favorite celebrity or hero, even President Obama!.
Personal Urns combine art and the very latest in technology to create a family heirloom that will be cherished for generations.
They are built from just one or two photographs of any persons face. This is the most heartwarming and special memorial product available anywhere – “A Personal Urn”
Available in Two Sizes
The Full sized Personal Urn stands at 11″ and will hold all of the ashes of an adult.
Keepsake sized Personal Urn stands at 6″ and will hold a portion of the cremation ashes.
Personal Cremation Urns are the latest in custom personalized cremation urns. They are created from one or two photographs with exceptional attention to detail. The advent of state-of-the-art 3D imaging means that these high-tech urns can be made to look like anyone.
Personal urns can have hair added digitaly for short haired people, as in the sample of President Obama. For longer hair we can add a wig to your specifications. A solid brass nameplate is available. This cremation urn rest on a solid black marble base. The ashes are loaded from the bottom.
Personal Urns will provide a very realistic memorial for anyone. We simply request from you a good photograph of the front of the persons face. If you have one or two from the side, then all the better.
We will send you a proof of the Personal Urn for your comments and approval before we go ahead and manufacture. Custom made in the USA, within 2 weeks.
Are you creeped out yet? I just can’t imagine turning the corner in a dark room and seeing dead grandma’s full size face staring at me. Just my opinion, would love to hear what you guys think.
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