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    Good morning,

    I did a craft show last weekend, one of the items was a welcome sign from Steve Goods site. It was a welcome sign with a flag on it. A lady asked me if I could add a name to the sign. I'm sure I could but I don't know what the font is. There is a group of six welcome signs, it shows a golfer, fisherman and so forth. Is anyone familiar with what that font is or how I could find out? Of course she would like it before Christmas.

    This was the best year we've had doing that craft show. I usually only rent two tables but this year they placed another table between me and the next vendor to stop people from wandering behind the tables. I was told I could just use the table. I think this helped a lot because I was able to set more items out.

    Dan

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    Why not send a note to Steve? Hes a pretty good guy and Im pretty sure he’ll tell you.
    steve@stevedgood.com
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    • #3
      I think that font is Black Rose. Available on dafont.com

      Don McFarland ​Member - Durham Woodworking Club http://www.durhamwoodworkingclub.com/

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      • #4
        That would be the font. Thank you. I did send Steve and email and he was going to try and find it for me. But this will get me started.

        Dan

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