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eternal flame

It is an absolute privilege and honour to be entrusted with a loved ones cremated remains (pets or people) to create a memorial keepsake bead. I have made thousands of glass beads over the years and sitting down to make a memorial keepsake will always be the most important project of my day. It is incredibly meaningful when my customers receive their glass beads and get to hold their pets or loved ones close. There is nothing better than getting to witness the comfort these memorials bring. 

Please note I am based in Calgary, Alberta but am proud to work with customers across Canada and Internationally. Upon consultation (phone or in person) a firm quote will be given. I look forward to hearing from you.

How It All Began

Losing someone you love is the most painful experience we have to endure in life.  It was with our beloved Gracey, a Bernese Mountain Dog, that I decided to try to learn how to work with ashes and incorporate the into molten glass to create special works of glass art.  Thus, Eternal Flame Glass Art Memorials came to be in 2014.

I truly love doing what I do, and would be honoured to be your artist should you decide to create your special memorial glass keepsake.

How It All Began

Losing someone you love is the most painful experience we have to endure in life.  It was with our beloved Gracey, a Bernese Mountain Dog, that I decided to try to learn how to work with ashes and incorporate the into molten glass to create special works of glass art.  Thus, Eternal Flame Glass Art Memorials came to be in 2014.

I truly love doing what I do, and would be honoured to be your artist should you decide to create your special memorial glass keepsake with me.

A Special Story

Hi Rhonda,
I just wanted to share a little story with you.
I told my family over the phone, that I was having some of Dakota’s ashes made into wearable glass art. At first my Dad said he’d prefer to spread all of Dakota’s ashes in our favourite walking spot. Then as he was driving the two hours to visit me, he said he got to thinking if Dakota could choose where to be for the rest of time, what would he pick?

And right away he knew that if it were up to Dakota, wherever we go is where he’d want to be. Dakota was always happiest when he was close to us. Dad said, and I agree that we did the best thing by having Dakota’s remains made into something beautiful we can cherish and take with us wherever in the world we go. Thank you Rhonda for helping turn his wonderful personality into little works of art so that every member of my family can treasure his memory.

Warmly, Marilee Campbell