Creative Tubes, also known as 'Scatter Tubes' are a modern and innovative alternative to the more traditional casket. Even though we only illustrate a small selection here, we have hundreds of protentional designs on offer. You can add text, a photograph, a verse and it's all included in the price. So is delivery, VAT and everything else you need. Look at the additional information below for options, sizes, and delivery information.
Scatter Tube ICE COLD COLA
WHAT IS A CREATIVE TUBE?
Creative Tubes are a cardboard receptacle designed to hold Cremated Remains. The tube has an inner sleeve into which the ashes are held, after which an outer decorative sleeve is applied, a design of which is made to your requirements.
Creative Tubes come in four convenient sizes, which are explained in the tab below. Creative Tubes have several uses, primarily to hold the remains. A unique and appealing concept for home retention. In addition, they are designed for scattering ashes, having an easy to puncture inner lid to enable a controlled and dignified dispersal. The tubes can also be used for conventional burial, even in natural burial grounds.
WHAT DESIGNS CAN BE CREATED?
Creative Tubes are a basic cardboard receptacle that is print wrapped with a decorative outer, full colour, full close laminate media. This brochure reflects a standard range of stock designs, all of which can be personalised with a photograph, name, dates and, or a verse or personal message.
WHAT IS A BESPOKE DESIGN?
A bespoke design is an option for those who prefer a Creative Tube with an illustration not reflected in our standard range. Our Design Team can create just about any design, just tell us what you want and we will put together a proof for your approval. There is a small additional cost for this service but for those seeking something individual, this may suite your needs.
ARE THERE DESIGN LIMITATIONS?
NO not really, we believe that you are only limited by your own imagination. There are certain copyright issues to consider when creating a Creative Tube. If we are asked to work with images supplied to us, we need to know that they are yours to use ... that's it