Designs

Tell A Story 1scan0001After choosing your granite colors and your size and shape, you can design how your memorial looks! With laser etching or sandblasting, we can use practically any design you can dream up.


 Granite Polish

Choose how many sides of your memorial are polished smooth or rough rock pitch style

Carve Style

Choose a two-dimensional Flat Carve or a three-dimensional Shape Carve

Font and Letter Carving Styles

Choose which letter font you want to use from traditional choices like Times Roman or more modern fonts like Helvetica. Then choose what kind of engraving cut for the lettering, such as V-Sunk, U-Sunk, Shallow Sunk, or Polished Raised. And choose if letters are frosted, polished inlaid, raised, or edge, or shadow bar.

Panels and Artwork

Choose a panel design where the wording and dates will go. This gives a good contrast to the granite to make the pictures more viewable and words more readable.

Emblems and Ribbons

You can add ribbon effects to your memorial with or without text. Add personal emblems that reflect the person you are memorializing.

Verses, Phrases & Epitaphs

An epitaph is a short inscription in prose or verse on a tombstone or monument in memory of the one buried there. Some people use short phrases or Bible verses to put in words an honoring memory of their loved one.

Photos and Pictures

You can add your own personal photos and pictures to your memorial. There are different ways to do this from laser etching to attached portraits. Honor your loved ones with a representation of what they looked like as well.

 

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