Our Casket Plans
We receive many letters and emails from people all over the world that want to build a casket for someone they love. We recognize this as a lasting gift that we can give you and you can give to the one that you so want to honor with your last gift to them.
I chose our caskets to be made of Pine as it is full of knot holes and irregular grains just like humans are.
We line them with baby flannel that is soft and warm. Each casket includes a hand made blanket, receiving blanket and beanie baby sized toy.
Many families, church groups and youth groups get together to make and build caskets. Even though it seems an odd thing to do, you will find that you get creative and actually have fun with this project. They like to write notes inside the caskets to the babies and their loved ones.
If you would like a copy of our plans, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your address and we will send them out.
We receive many letters and emails from people all over the world that want to build a casket for someone they love. We recognize this as a lasting gift that we can help you with and you can give to the one that you so want to honor with your last gift to them.
Please click on the links for PDF file for our casket plans. If you have difficulty opening a file, please let us know and we will email them to you. We hope if you are building a casket for a child or pet, that you will find this experience filled with love and imagination as your create a your final gift and resting place for the one you love.
If you are building an urn or casket for Garden of Innocence, as our way of honoring you for your gift, we would like to ask you if you would consider naming a future baby coming to a garden. Just a first name given to them by someone who cared. Every human being deserves the dignity of having a name instead of a morgue number or the name Doe. Just leave us a note with your gift and we will add your name to our list and let you know when your baby has arrived. Thank you so much.
If you can, write us and tell us about your experience, we'd love to share your story.
Underside of casket lid