Spiritual Designs creates one of a kind custom artwork, locking in the spirit of your loved one by adding cremated ashes to the paint.
Timeless hand-painted memorials designed uniquely for you.
At Spiritual Designs, we aim to design unique hand-painted memorials to celebrate the life of loved ones. We understand the importance of designing something meaningful just for you. Our memorials aim to speak to you and make you feel connected with the person who is no longer in the physical world.
Our memorials are an incredible way to remember your loved ones, even more so to include cremated ashes. It’s important for anyone going through loss to find ways to remember their loved ones, even through moments of pain. This is all a part of the healing process and ensures that we are not just mourning their death, but celebrating their life too.
Two siblings, unfortunately, lost their Mother and Grandad; the last of the Andrews. This design was a gifted surprise with both their Mother’s and Grandad’s ashes mixed in with the paint for the silhouetted figures. These two beautiful and caring siblings are the inspiration that got this business started.
In 2007, my sister died at the age of 10.
I had asked if she could be buried with her half of our friendship necklace we had both been given one Christmas. The necklace was put around her favourite teddy bear she was also buried with.
Here is a memorial piece so unique and personal to me, along with my own half of the friendship necklace and a photo of my sister with her favourite teddy.
Work with a professional designer and artist to custom your own unique design. You will get regular updates and images of your designed artwork with the options to make any changes before any ashes are added. When it comes to finding the right artwork to commemorate loved ones, it’s important to choose something that means something to you. The right piece of art needs to speak to you and make you feel connected with the person who is no longer in the physical world.
Want some ideas and inspiration for your personalised memorial?
Check out our blogs where we share spiritual meanings behind colour and symbols, as well as giving you tips and things to think about.
When it comes to finding the right artwork to commemorate loved ones, it’s important to choose something that means something to you. The right piece of art needs to speak to you and make you feel connected with the person who is no longer in the physical world.
Fundraising for Charity
Not only do we want to help you through the loss of your loved ones we also want to help others by donating a portion from each order to charity.
£2 from every template design ordered.
£5 from every customed design ordered.
Please help us raise £500 for Myton Hospice.
At Myton their work centres on enhancing life, empowering their patients to achieve their goals and involving them in decisions about their current and future care. By focussing on their wellbeing and seeing them and not the illness they aim to help them re-engage with their lives and give them more quality time with their families and loved ones.
They need our help to raise as much money as we can so they can continue their amazing work.
We are offering a chance to win a uniquely designed and hand-painted memorial art piece in memory of your loved one, worth £300, once we hit our target.
Follow this link to donate and be in the chance to win.
'Oh Ruth. Today has been emotional. Thank you so, so much for the gorgeous Blue memorial picture. We love it. Thank you again from the bottom of our hearts. You are one talented lady xx' Sarah.
'So lovely to receive this beautiful memory of our amazing Frank - thank you so so much, Spiritual Designs it has pride of place on my desk! 😊' - Tanya
'Ruth made this absolutely beautiful and well-made painting for me. This means the world to me knowing both my mum and grandad are both connected to it. Would highly recommend Ruth and her business. Thank you Ruth 😊 xx - Lucy
Learn more about what we do, how to place an order, learn about the founder and how Spiritual Designs started.