A homemade 'nathan like' urn tomb

Those who knew Nathan, know he was very good in crafts and arts. He also was an ‘out of the box’ man.
He didn’t leave us much instructions but said we knew him quiet well to make something he would have loved and was ‘Nathan’
Months ago I ask about epoxy, leds… I learned to work with a laser, studies varnished for outdoors, …
Now just in time for the memorial everything is finished after a lot of experimenting (i hadn’t worked with epoxy before) but i think he would have loved the final result.
It was sometimes difficult but it was also therapeutic to make this for him and it gave me a lot of joy





The final piece

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That is really beautiful! Great pieces you have made, and put together so nice!
Im really sorry for your loss.

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Such a wonderful memorial tribute. I hope it brought you much comfort as you worked on it.

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This is absolutely beautiful. What a special tribute to a wonderful son.

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What a lovely tribute

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This is a beautiful tribute to Nathan! Thank you so much for sharing with us all

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What a wonderful and touching tribute to Nathan.

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This is one of the most deeply personal projects I’ve seen on here. Thank you for sharing this with us. It came out beautifully.

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What a beautiful and creative tribute to Nathan! It’s so lovely that you researched and learned so many different techniques and methods in order to honor your son’s life and talents.

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So much love wrapped up in these pieces. It’s an honor to have you share them with us. :heart::heart:

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Your beautiful craft is one of this week’s Featured Projects.

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so beautifully done. He would have loved it.

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What a lovely tribute. (((hugs))) to you and your family.

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Thank you for sharing this, it turned out beautifully

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This is so moving and a fitting tribute to a lovely man

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