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Grave Decoration Ideas

Over the years, I have had to find creative ways to make lasting decorations that stay nice out in the elements at my infant sons' graves in the extreme temperatures in my homestate of North Dakota.
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Dad should have this on his grave

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Annabel Lee was a favorite poem of some of my family members who have since passed. It's a sad poem, but this line always stuck with me. So using this.

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An Edgar Allan Poe Themed Spooky Romance: TJ & Elizabeth

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DIY: Easy Mason Jar Luminaries

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Mason Jar Solar light, Day of the Dead Sugar Skull, Sun Jar, Yellow tinted glass canning jar, Moroccan Style Lantern

Mason Jar Solar light, Day of the Dead Sugar Skull, Sun Jar, Yellow tinted glass canning jar, Moroccan Style Lantern. $25.00, via Etsy.

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Beautiful grave

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Handmade for flower pots and the garden. Perhaps a bookmark or even a mini cake topper (:

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Solar Mason Jar - Fairy Lantern - Garden Decor - Outdoor Lighting - Fairy Decor - Solar Light - Mason Jar Light - Mason Jar Decor - Fairy

iridescent wrapping paper with a solar light glued to the lid so they sparkle during the day and glow at night. Soooo making a few of these for my yard!!

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Beautiful....I saw this on the back of a grave stone. What a wonderful way to think of those we love and those we've lost.

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Mason Jar Solar Lights Tutorial - Great For Winter Home Decor!

DIY mason jar solar light for winter

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Mason Jar Solar Lights Tutorial - Great For Winter Home Decor!

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These little girls look like they were born and died about a year apart from one another (1860 and 1861). Fall babies who both were taken away in the Spring. Mary at 1.5 years and Emma at 4.5 months. At over 150 years old, the details and legibility are outstanding. - Mexico

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Posts about cemeteries on Devign

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