Wednesday, 3 May 2017

WOYWW 3rd May, 2017

Here is my WOYWW (What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday).  If you want to know more about this weekly event, take a look at Julia's blog http://stamping-ground.blogspot.co.uk



After my dad passed away, I came across his Navy things.  Got a box frame and have been meaning to do it for ages.

Not sure if the three buttons will stick, so may have to open it up and do something else, but not sure what.



Happy WOYWW

21 comments:

  1. Oh, what a great thing to do with your dad's effects...a much better way of displaying them. And so much better than being left in a drawer somewhere. Well done you, I think it's wonderful.
    Hugs, LLJ 5 xx

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  2. It's perfect. Hope the buttons do stick. Sarah #19

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  3. Hello Sue. That's a lovely memory of your dad - well done.
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #22

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  4. Very nice tribute. I've several collections of our family items I need to do this with. Have a good week, hoping you have SUNSHINE.

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  5. Hi Sue, have you tried silicone glue, or hot glue gun? They should do the trick. Frame looks amazing. Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #2 XXX

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  6. A beautiful memorial, dx #29

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  7. Donna, Thank you.

    Shaz, Thanks for the glue ideas. If the buttons don't stick I will try them.

    Sylvia, Thank you.

    I got the box frame from The Range.

    You didn't leave your number, but I will try to track you down.

    Margaret, Thank you.

    Sarah, Thank you.

    LLJ, Thank you. Well that's where they were, till I thought of the box frame.

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  8. What a nice keepsake of your father's time in the navy, Sue! It's a wonderful way to remember him. Hoping you enjoy a great week! hugs, de

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  9. What a wonderful tribute to your dad!

    Happy WOYWW
    Sharon k #27

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  10. I love how you've shown off these treasures! I am sure if you've used a heavy duty glue the buttons will be fine! Helen #1

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  11. Precious memories nicely displayed. That's so much nicer than an old box in an attic somewhere, isn't it? Nice work!
    Rose

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  12. i am inpressed..this is such a good idea.. love it is.

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  13. That is the perfect way to say your precious memories of him.
    Monica #39

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  14. What a great way to remember your Dad! Thanks for sharing, Lindart #32

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  15. That is a great way to frame the memories of your dad, love it. Have a happy woyww, Angela x14x

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  16. So nice. He was a handsome man. :-)
    April #25

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  17. What a great treasure you have there. It is just beautiful. Dorlene #36

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  18. That's is just perfection in a box. Elaine no. 7

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  19. Elaine, Thank you.

    Dorlene, Thank you.

    April, Thanks. He was.

    Angela, Thank you.

    Lindart, Thank you.

    Monica, Thank you.

    Elizabeth, Thank you.

    Rose, Thank you. I just have to hang it now.

    Helen, Thank you. I will try glue if the buttons don't stick.

    SharonK, Thank you.

    Donna, Thank you.


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  20. Sue, what an awesome project and how nice everything looks in the keepsake
    box. We have something in common, my Dad was a Navy man too!!

    Hugs
    Sue

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  21. Sue, Thank you.

    Dad actually applied to be a pilot. After going through the various tests, he went back one last time and they told everyone there they were not taking on any more pilots. They were told both the Army and Navy were still inlisting, so he joined the Navy.

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