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Sacred Embers are safely kept, forever encased in a Beautiful and Unique remembrance that is truly a one-of-a-kind piece of art...
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"Carolyn is an amazing person and artist! She meets with you to talk about your loved one. She then creates a piece that is personal and beautiful! I lost my beloved Louie in January 2017. I had been wondering what to do with the ashes. When I saw a friend post the piece that Carolyn had made her, I knew that I needed her in my life. She cares about the people she works with. She embraces you. This experience meant so much to me. I have a beautiful keepsake of my Louie, and also have a new friend in my life. Thank you so much!"
I asked a client how the recipient received her Sacred Embers and this was the response: “She absolutely loved it and cried when she read the poem…you did good…she has been wearing it every day and when I gave it to her she couldn’t stop rubbing her thumb over the spot where her mom's ashes were placed!! Very touching. Thank you again, so much, for what you do!!”
" I felt calm knowing he was with me again and would be forever. Took my anxiety away after the loss"
"The peace that has been brought to my heart and the comfort of holding my sacred piece is priceless"
"How do I begin telling you about such wonderful Touching experience I had with Carolyn🐾 and sacred embers. The loss of my beloved Lulu was beyond devastating. And it was not only my furbaby but she was also my patrol partner. She was with me every day 24/7. The loss of my beloved Lulu was beyond devastating. Carolyn🐾 allowed me to tell stories about her as we discussed what beautiful piece of jewelry I wanted made to honor her. It helped me in my grieving process. Having this beautiful piece of art to be able to wear with me every day still allows me to bring Lulu on patrol with me. The experience for me was a beautiful experience, and I would encourage anyone who wants to honor a loved one to have a beautiful individual piece of jewelry made for them. It’s a wonderful and deeply personal way to honor the life that they lived."