Friday, 10 October 2008

Remembrance Kit

I made this little kit in remembrance of all the British Service men & Women, Killed or Injured in action whislt serving thier Queen & Country. I was going to make it available by Donation to The Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal only. But I knew that those people in the community that have no hearts, souls or morales, would share it anyway as they always do. So i have decided to offer it for download, knowing that those good people amongst us will have it in their hearts to click the link & donate a £ or two to the Legion anyway. To those of you that do make a donation for it, I thank you from the bottom of my heart.

Hugs Lisa

You can donate
HERE



















Kit Contains....

8 Papers
4 Satin Bows
3 Eyelet Bows
2 Frames
1 Heart Tag
1 Metal Badge
1 Stem Poppy
1 Poppy
1 Poppy Wreath
1 Letter containing the Flander's Field poem
1 Envelope
1 Blank Letter & Envelope
You can download it
HERE

6 comments:

Rose said...

Hello Lisa, you have made this old lady very proud of you. I am infact a Poppy collector & have been standing out in all weathers for the last 10 or so years messing up my curls.It is nice to see that people still care.
I have made a few bob donation for this lovely kit, my husband will look grand in it!
peace be with you,
Rose

Kirsty said...

Thank you so much for making this kit. I am a proud American Army Wife, my husband has lost many friends over the years & shall honour each one using this kit. I have made a donation to the British Legion & i shall donate the same amount to an American Charity.
Kirsty x

Taggers With Big Hearts said...

Dear Lisa,

Thank you very much for the beautiful Remembrance kit. I am a proud Canadian whose paternal grandfather served in WWII. I wear my poppy faithfully each year in memory of our legions who fought for the freedom of all of us in the British colonies and beyond.

Surprisingly there are tears welling up in my eyes right now!

Thank you so so much!

Frosted Illusions said...

It makes me so emotional when i read these things, i've got eyes full of tears at the moment.
My Great Uncle was missing presumed dead, after his ship was bombed during World War 2. He never did get to see the tiny new born baby waiting for her Daddy to come home.


I consider myself to be young at 25years old, but when i think that there are many young men & women, much younger than me fighting for their countrys, it makes you think doesn't it. The story of a young Soldier that had his limbs blown off in Afaganistan & was flown home on the plane with Prince Harry, sat staring at him in disbelief, stays perminately in my mind. This young man who fought for what his country believes is right, has recieved a compensation payout less than what some people have recieved for a strain injury in the office. The British Government should be ashamed of themselves.

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for making this wonderful and beautiful kit. It is a wonderful tribute and I can't wait to make a Rememberance Day tag with it. I give to the Poppy fund in both Canada and the U.S. and proudly wear one every year. I have the same one my father gave me many years ago, but every year I buy some for my whole family.
Thank you again for your wonderful tribute to a very worthy organization.
Judy

AudreyG said...

Thank you again for your wonderful tribute to a very worthy organization.And to the men and woman who served. In Canada we also use the poppy for their Remembrance day so was very happy to see this kit here for download. I thank you from the bottom of my heart