Ohio: Celebrate Local

Ohio, the heart of it all. I grew up in a Ohio city that borders the state of Michigan. How cool is it to be closely connected to two amazing states? I’ll talk more of Pure Michigan later. This post is for Ohio and Ohio is for lovers.

Last weekend, we made a trip Columbus, the center of it all. We did our usual perusing of nature, local restaurants and Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams and eventually made our way to the Celebrate Local shop at Easton Towne Center. Celebrate Local is like a farmers market all rolled into a convenient store that features anything Ohio, from fine wines & brews, t-shirts and art to syrups, jellies and fresh produce. Mmmhmm. It’s definately my kind of place. Especially when we are trying to support our local economy.

While discovering all Ohio has to offer, I picked up these beautiful up-cycled Ohio studs by Alex Traxler of Griffen Hollow Studio. The redwood used to create the Ohio shape was reclaimed from theย Ohio Stadium. And now, I’m obsessed with them.ย 


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  1. Oooh cute OH studs!


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