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    "Willadelphia"—John Combs. This is an attempt to create mixes of old and new. The old: With this design, I envisioned Yards Brewery's existence back in William Penn's heyday. The setting is Mr. Penn in front of city hall with a beer in hand, standing beside a keg of Yards. The new: Adding to the historical background the tap portrays, I also wanted to give it a somewhat raw look. Stacked, unpolished metal and wood was used to pay homage to Philadelphia's image as a tough, blue collar city.

    so clever...Place a fresh leaf in between a sheet of paper and a paper towel. Tap it with a hammer and it leaves the outline of the leaf.

    Yards Brewing growler. Must buy one filled with brawler whenever I get down there.

    Dayman is a new beer inspired by the TV show "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia"

    Amazing Beer Tap Handles: Tap Handle #438: Yards - The Franklin

    "Tap Handle No. 19123"—S. Casey Gleason. Tap Handle No. 19123 is crafted out of scrap wood and aluminum. The wood body is shaped, carved, and burnt for the grip of a brawler, while an extra special hand may love to pull from the brushed aluminum loop. This tap handle design gives a nod to Philadelphia’s industrial history and celebrates our modern day revolution to bring back a handcrafted sensibility to the forefront of our culture.

    Shirts you like but are so stiff you'll never wear them? Here's a recipe to soften them up and create a "vintage tee" look and feel.

    Hand Painted Linen Kitchen Towels with Custom Colors and Monograms

    DIY Painted spoons and chalkboard kitchen accessories

    Glue wooden letters onto a canvas and spray paint.

    Crocheted storage bowls from packing twine.