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Krista G

Earning My Ears
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Mar 23, 2018
Last fall my husband, 2 children (12 & 15) decided to take our first trip to WDW.

Long story short, the trip was decided after I lost my grandma (02/25/2017), followed by my 30 yr old sister to liver failure (05/29/2017), then lost my 26 year old sister as well as 2 yr old nephew to a murder suicide (06/11/2017), then the finale of losing my 25 yr old sister (& last sibling... side note-our mother passed in 2002) to an accidental fentanyl over dose (11/14/2017). We have never been to WDW nor have my siblings. We have received all their cremains and are wondering if anyone knows or has any thoughts about discretely sprinkling (not spreading, we have many more places we need to save ashes for) a tiny amount of them each. Are there any rules against this?

Also, I know I am asking a lot, but would it be weird to find printable epcot passports for my siblings and nephew and have them stamped to add to their In Memory Of books I have created? Like would it be inappropriate for me to have the WDW staff stamp an additional 4 passports? I really dont want to make them go out of their way.

Does anyone know of any reasonably priced or possibly free printable passports? I have been trying to make some but ... I am not all that great at digi scrap yet although I LOVE it. We are absolutely willing to pay for cute digi ones (The official disney ones arent that cute).

So if you made it this far....
1-Opion on sprinkling ashes?
2-Opinion on asking stamp extra passports?
3-Where can I find cute ones? Will pay. (I know I seen this site in google searches but it always takes me to unrelated info)

If you have any information or questions (including proof) please email me at kgeorge84 at gmail dot com
 

Meglen

DIS Veteran
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Jul 16, 2016
Where did you want to sprinkle the ashes? I know it is not ok to do this anywhere on WDW property.
 

Krista G

Earning My Ears
Joined
Mar 23, 2018
Where did you want to sprinkle the ashes? I know it is not ok to do this anywhere on WDW property.
Literally anywhere in the Orlando area and by sprinkling I mean approximately or even less than 1/4 a tsp. None of them were ever able to make it to WDW but we always talked about it as children so I kinda want to be the big sis that finally took them there. I could honestly sprinkle them while walking and no one would know but I dont want to offend other Disney patrons. I know it sounds so.... awkward and possibly morbid to some, and I apologize if I offend anyone.
 
  • Meglen

    DIS Veteran
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    Jul 16, 2016
    What if you made some necklaces with the ashes and bring them along? This way they can visit without you worrying about losing the ashes.
     

    supernova

    DIS Veteran
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    Nov 4, 2011
    Literally anywhere in the Orlando area and by sprinkling I mean approximately or even less than 1/4 a tsp. None of them were ever able to make it to WDW but we always talked about it as children so I kinda want to be the big sis that finally took them there. I could honestly sprinkle them while walking and no one would know but I dont want to offend other Disney patrons. I know it sounds so.... awkward and possibly morbid to some, and I apologize if I offend anyone.
    I don't think you're going to offend other patrons by sprinkling ashes. Just don't be obvious when you're doing it. Carry in a small amount in a non-metallic container and spread where you feel is appropriate without making a scene.
     

    hakunamomtata

    Disnerd Extraordinaire
    Joined
    Feb 20, 2014
    Spread their ashes in a garden or by a specific tree. That way you can visit them when you go back, and the life that is blooming there will have a part of them within it. So sorry for your losses. xoxo
     

    luvmychaos

    Mouseketeer
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    Sep 30, 2011
    I’ve actually heard that so many people sprinkle ashes in Haunted Mansion that they actually have a special vacuum? I know that obviously this isn’t allowed but it doesn’t stop people :rose: Can I just say that I am so sorry for your losses, I can’t even imagine that amount of pain in one year. Hopefully, you are able to “bring them to WDW” :flower3:
     
  • Disneyfan754321

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    Feb 19, 2019
    I am so sorry for all the loss in such a short time.
    I dont have much to say about the ashes, but you can decorate stones with there names and throw them in the water.
    And as for the stamps if you feel like asking for that many is too much couldn't you combine there names into one, I know it's not the same but it's easier.
     


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