An organization called Eternal Reef is dedicated to rebuilding the coral reefs. They can mix your loved ones' ashes into the cement that holds the reefs down.
Not a bad way to be remembered. A company named 'Holy Smoke' can have your remains put into shotgun, rifle or pistol ammo.
This company has the idea to put your remains into the lead of a set of pencils. A set of 240 pencils in a case with a custom inscription on each pencil.
Memorial Tree Urn allows you to choose from 32 different seeds that your ashes will nourish into a tree.
A company named 'Celeste' will launch your ashes into space.
If going out in a blaze of glory is more your style, you can have your ashes placed into fireworks and shot into the sky.
A little twisted, but the 'Huggables Collection' will have your ashes inserted into a Teddy Bear.
A New Hampshire based company only needs a small amount of ash to make creative and beautiful blown glass pieces.
Ashes can be infused with tattoo ink, in case you wanted a memorial tattoo to mean that much more.
A company named 'Forever Close Memorials' will take the ashes of your loved ones' and turn them into beautiful stained glass pieces.
Wentzel Flying Service will help scatter your ashes via plane in a number of locations.
The frontman for the band Tool, Maynard James Keenan, scattered the ashes of his mother in his private vineyard and used those grapes to create a special wine named in her honor.
The man behind the success of frisbees had his ashes made into memorial discs for his friends and family.
Famous comic book writer Mark Gruenwald had his ashes poured into ink so he could forever be a part of his stories. His ashes were also inked into an issue of Squadron Supreme.
It won't necessarily be a reliable time piece, but it makes for a beautiful and different urn.
A UK based shop will have your ashes pressed into a set of vinyl records. You pick the artwork and the music, or you can have a spoken word recording to leave a final message to your loved ones.