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20190228

I got it...it's even more perfect than I imagined!!!!




Becky purchased a guitar urn in memory of her son, Derek.  We worked with her to place 6 different engravings she wanted included on his tribute....his signature, favorite quote and nicknames.

Upon seeing the model we would make for Derek, his father also wanted one for his home.  With kindness, Becky decided to gift his father a guitar urn, and purchased a second memorial for him.

With a sweet gratitude, we loved working to create these special memorials for their son.  We were truly humbled by Becky's thoughtfulness when she left us a glowing Etsy review...actually, prior to us completing the urns! We are forever touched by our experience with Derek's family and the opportunity to honor his beautiful life.
 


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20161213

Practicing Prototypes: Flying Heart



This Flying Heart YURN is a prototype model that we will be releasing soon. In order to practice our techniques, we created this one for a Facebook friend. She is experiencing the great loss of losing her fiancee just prior to their marriage. Our thoughts are with her in the coming days ahead.

Heart with Wings Wall-Mounted Urn
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I am overwhelmed with comfort and love. There are some who look down on virtual-only friendships. Tonight, though, I've proof to show how wrong they are. Friends I have never met IRL have given me an incredible gift. Jamaica and Rob of MorzArt sent an unexpected package. This gorgeous piece is a deep urn (or as they call it, a Yurn). It will hang on a wall as an urn, a memory box, or simply a beautiful reminder of Keith Johnson's life. I hope that none of you need funerary art for a very long time. But when you do, please look up these fantastic, compassionate artists. 
Posted by Jessica Edlinger on Monday, December 12, 2016

20160509

The Power of Personalization: A YURN Surprise


We started listening to an entrepreneur podcast a few months ago and joined a related Facebook group. Nathan, the host, had shared a story on his podcast about his tough childhood experiences and the close bond he had with his little brother. Tragically, is brother died in 2012, at the age of 29, from alcoholism.

We understand the struggles having loved ones afflicted by alcoholism, and were touched by his story of profound loss. His positive take-away was very moving as he spoke about how he has grown from all of his challenges.

We were inspired to make him a memorial for his brother, and it was delivered to him in Colorado as a surprise....


How amazing that he shared this video and allowed us to experience the un-boxing with him. It was very touching and brought tears to our eyes too...


We designed a graphic for the inside of the YURN, it had this quote that Nathan described as his life's motto.

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All I Could Do Was Stare...Pictures Don't Do Them Justice



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"When my Daughter came to me a couple of days after my Soulmate passed away, she said to me, 'Dad I have found the perfect Urn for Mom's ashes'. I looked at the picture of the Sunflower with the Butterfly on it, and I almost cried. I told her, 'that is the perfect place for your Mom's ashes'. After we received the urn and I opened it, all I could do was stare at it. The pictures on your website do it no justice compared to the beauty of it when it was in my hands! Thank You for this work of ART! God Bless You."   - Jim G.

Etsy Review: "Amazing, amazing, amazing! They were so wonderful with us through the whole process, kept us updated with how the YURN was coming along, and shipping was fast and secure! 10/10 A+ would recommend!!" -  Megan G.