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Monument companies may offer to install the ceramic pictures on the headstones and essentially remove a piece of the monument to fit the photo inside. However, these ceramic pictures can also be installed with relative ease using industrial adhesive supplied by many distributors, which comes free with all of our products.


MemorialPics provides the materials and instructions needed to figure out how to add a picture to a headstone with ease. We simplify the process and make it affordable for you to cherish the memories of loved ones, even after they are long gone. We make it possible to personalize headstones with durable and easy-to-add ceramic pictures, which are available in a variety of sizes and frames to choose from. Our high-quality products are shipped with everything you need to know regarding how to put a picture on a gravestone that will last a lifetime. We value our clients' full satisfaction and strive to deliver the best customer service experience for every need. Check out our simple step-by-step process on how to add a picture to a headstone below, and don't hesitate to contact us with any questions.

How to Put a Picture on a Headstone



1. Use a 50/50 rubbing alcohol and water mixture to clean the mounting surface (i.e. headstone, grave marker, urn, etc.) to which the ceramic picture will be placed. The surface must be clean, dry, and non-porous.

2. Place your ceramic picture on the mounting surface and mark the positioning with a pencil or other instrument.

3. Remove the plain white film from the tape and place the tape on the back side of the picture, applying pressure to the tape as you apply it.

4. Remove the other film from the tape on the back and position the ceramic picture between your markings, pressing it firmly for about two minutes.

5. For the most attractive results, use a high-quality silicon caulking to seal the gap between the edges of the ceramic picture and the mounting surface. This will also provide a seal to keep moisture from possibly affecting the adhesive.

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