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I cut a tennis ball into two pieces by using a utility knife to cut on the curved lines printed on the ball. This is not easy and if you try it, be really careful. I then skinned the ball by removing the thick rubber glued to the inside of the ball. This was a tedious process! I then painted the two pieces and stenciled on my school’s initials.
I made two MMS bracelets so that my friend Beth and I could wear them for the first football game last Thursday.
I very rarely wear jeans to work, but it was for a good cause as teachers who wore jeans donated money to a local family who had three children in a terrible car accident last spring.
The kids loved our school pride bracelets and I had fun creating them.
I’m sharing today with Amanda at Serenity Now for her Weekend Bloggy Reading party. Be sure to visit Amanda to check out the links.