With some practice and the right tools you can teach yourself calligraphy for lovely hand written prayer cards, scripture booklets, and even thank you notes.
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Honored to be a part of this inaugural festival held right here in Jefferson, Ohio. Very enjoyable!
The inaugural celebration and competition drew craft breweries from across the country, along with maple producers offering a range of innovative maple products.
JEFFERSON, Ohio — Craft maple beer and bourbon-barrel-aged maple syrup—what could be sweeter? The inaugural Craft Maple Festival, Oct. 20 to 21, brought together the craft maple community for a celebration and competition. Customers ate up specialty maple products that use maple syrup as a base, some aged in bourbon or whiskey barrels, others incorporating spices and other fresh ingredients.
Not to mention, guests got to sample a full menu of maple craft beers, getting 16 tickets for 3-ounce pours. Beer-drinkers rallied for their favorites, and breweries from around the country were represented. “We had a lot of great beer at the Craft Maple and Beer festival,” said Rob Titt
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