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    Default looking for a pattern and will pay for it URN

    I will pay for a patterns of URNS I desperately need one any help appreciated ASAP I knew of one here on this forum just can;t remember who it was thank you in advance
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    Henry,

    An urn is just a box for containing the remains. You can put any kind of patterns on the sides and top or the urn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fwharris View Post
    Henry,

    An urn is just a box for containing the remains. You can put any kind of patterns on the sides and top or the urn.
    I hear ya on that one but
    I know there was some one here making them Just want to better it this my first one I made here some pick of my buddy
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    Are you looking for specific patterns?
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    Quote Originally Posted by fwharris View Post
    Are you looking for specific patterns?
    Yes I am and would like to know who is making them I am going back a few years ago
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    Just for clarification, patterns are what go on the sides and top of the urn and a project is for how to make the urn box. Your urn in the pictures is probably the most common style/design that I have seen made. The only issue I saw you yours was the praying hands pattern. It is not a very well done one. I think there is a few in the pattern sharing section and I know there are several in the CW pattern depot.

    I help a local guy who makes and sells urn to mortuaries. For his urn builds he permanently attached to the top to the 4 sides and has the bottom as removable (uses screws). He seals the inside corners with caulking.

    http://bigurn.com/maincatalog.html
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    I thank you much that does help well appreciated
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    I've made a few urns, but there's really not a pattern. I attach the top to the sides and then attach the bottom with screws. You can be as fancy, or as simple, as you'd like.Click image for larger version. 

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