I make jewelry out of dead people, one woman wanted her late dad to be at her wedding so I turned him into a ring

A WOMAN has found the perfect way to help those who have lost a loved one close.

She makes jewelry or any type of keepsake from the ashes of people.


Meg, who runs her business called Tree of Hope, has been sharing her different products as people ask her to create jewelry out of their loved one's ashes.

In one heart-touching video, Meg could be seen taking out the ashes of a client's late dad.

She wrote: "Alyssa had always dreamed of having her dad walk her down the aisle on her big day.

"Unfortunately, she tragically lost him before she was able to say 'I do.'

"She reached out to us and we were able to create a ring using her dad's ashes.

"Now her dad will not only be to be a part of her big day but will also be able to walk her down the aisle."

The mom of three, while narrating what was happening, could be seen putting the ashes into a small container and mixing them with blue dye.

She then added resin to the ashes to create a small stone.

To create the ring, she then pressed the stone onto a silver band and proudly showed off her work.

Alyssa, who had seen the video, wrote in the comment section: "That's mine. I wear my ring every day since. My dad will forever be walking with me in life."

Meg has shared many videos where she makes rings, necklaces, and even small figurines with the ashes of lost loved ones.

The mom will also create stunning cultures for parents who have suffered miscarriages or lost their small ones.

Additionally, and on a more positive note, she can also make keepsakes out of breast milk for moms.

Meg has continued to get praises on her social media for her loving work and emotional reaction to each piece she creates.


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