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Bay Conference Player of the Year as a freshman and junior How has not being able to play this spring impacted you? It has made me really sad because spring has always been dedicated to softball and this year has been so much different. What do you miss about not being able to play this spring? I miss hitting home runs and getting the thrill of running around the bases and watching the ball go over the fence. I miss getting to see my dad sit behind home plate on his bucket.
Happy 1st of the month guys and welcome to another fun blog hop with the Stamping Sisters tutorial group. This month we are show casing cards along the theme of Thinking of you and Friendship, as this weekend just happens to be National Sisters day and I like to think of all my crafty friends as my stamping sisters!! So if you've come straight here, Welcome and if you arrived from the amazing Di Barnes then G'day it's nice to have you! My card this month is actually teaching a technique that I have never seen before and fell upon it by accident, which shows you are never too old to learn something new. This technique will show you how to dry emboss with your stencils. Yep, you heard me right. I have a whole new way to use those stencils that you have lurking in the back of your craft room. On my blog hop card that I'm sharing today, shows this technique paired with a shaker card.
My experience has been that personal similarities and differences are a bigger element than cultural differences. I think Bob, the answer can be found in your comment. Good luck and best wishes as you head back out into the dating pool.