While living in Paris as a teenager, I was taught to sew by a retired Chanel seamstress, using chalk and a measuring tape to create my first designs. This grew into a love for designing with rich, colourful, textured and luxurious fabrics. My creative embroidery studies in Edinburgh, mixed with early memories of growing up in the Scottish borders and family holidays in the highlands can all be found in my designs I am passionate about creating a range of original, handmade and beautiful cushions and throws for your home. My designs reflect Scotland’s rich culture and are inspired by the vibrant colours and gentle hues of Scotland’s unique landscapes. I am very fortunate to live in Scotland. There is an abundance of inspiration in our stunning scenery with rugged coastlines, beautiful lochs, mysterious islands, magnificent hills and rocky mountains. The wonderful Scottish landscape photos on my website were taken by my daughter.
STUARTS is a recently established company based in the village of Aboyne in the highlands of Scotland. We started by making our own brand of beard oil because we realised that there wasn’t beard oil out there that captured the spirit and fragrances of our native Scotland. Now we have extended our range to include beard styling balms and a post-shave skin tonic. All our products are produced using only the finest available ingredients. The oils are organic, virgin and cold-pressed. The butters in our balms are Fairtrade sourced. All ingredients are vegan friendly, allergen free, cruelty free and meet all UK & European cosmetic safety standards.
We are a small scale bakery with a passion for amazing cakes and savoury baking! We are known for having the best carrot cake and chocolate cake ever! We love creating new bakes such as our Loaded Cheesecake Brownie Sandwiches and our Spicy Chorizo Macaroni Pie. Our fudge chocolate brownies is a favourite among our sweet treats with wacky flavours such as Waggon Wheel, S’more, Snowball and more! Our savoury range is always growing. From out three cheese scones, to Irn Bru and Sweet Chilli Sausage rolls. Our aim is to make people smile through delicious food!
Based in the East of Scotland, I have been doing stained glass for 11 years. This was initially a hobby which progressed into a business when I took early retirement. I love all the different textures and colours of the glass which I use in my panels and other window hangings, lots of them include butterflies and dragonflies. The quirky and novelty gifts usually incorporate pearls or Swarovski beads and crystals. Commissions can be undertaken.
I mainly paint abstract landscapes in bright colours, creating unfamiliar images of familiar places. These range from famous Scottish beaches and mountains to not so famous Scottish football stadiums! I sell original paintings, prints and gifts. @CatherineMyllesArt on Instagram
Dog Falls Brewing Co. is a modern, award winning nanobrewery which sustainably produces ‘Fresh, Bold & Distinctive’ beer in Inverness, the capital of the Highlands of Scotland. We turned out our first beers in late 2019 and now brew 500l batches around once per week. The brewery has a range of 8 beers available in can & keg to trade and the public, via local markets and our online shop. As a sustainable, independent brewer, Dog Falls’ mission is to inspire a passion in the Highlands for everything that great beer can and should be: Bold, Fresh & Distinctive. Beer that brings people together, beer that captures a moment, and beer that transcends the ordinary. Our beers are all unfiltered, unfined & unpasteurised for maximum flavour; they are fresh products and should be stored cold and drunk sooner rather than later for maximum flavour. Except for our Oatmeal Milk Stout, all our beers are Vegan friendly. Our core range of beers have won 9 Society of Independent Brewers Awards, including a National Gold Medal for our hazy session pale, Colloidoscope.
We are the first and only dairy-free, artisan, plant-based cheesemaker in the beautiful Highlands of Scotland! We make 100% dairy-free, plant-based, cultured and non-cultured cheese products that actually taste good! We think that no one should have to go without the things they love most in the world, and for us, cheese is one of those things! But we love the planet, the environment, the cows and of course our health, so with all those factors in mind, we decided to make our own! Our mission Well, we care deeply about the future of food, about the impact we have on the planet and those in it, and of course, about our own health. By eliminating dairy from my own diet, I was able to reduce my asthma, eczema, and digestive issues almost completely! It was a life-changing decision for me and from that point on, bettering my health and helping others do the same has been at the forefront of what I do. But we are also environmentalists, in love with this beautiful planet of ours and we try to do our best to choose companies that ethically align with our own values and perspectives on taking care of the planet and one another. Plant-based eating is not perfect, but it does eliminate a lot of harm in the world, so this is what is behind everything we do. From our plant-based, compostable and recyclable packaging to choosing organic, non-GMO, plant milk over cows in the cheeses we make- the health of the environment, ourselves and the animals are the driving forces behind all our decisions. Everything we produce is lovingly handcrafted and in our small commercial kitchen with plant-based cultures, temperature-controlled environments, some modern techniques we’ve learned along the way and is, of course, 100% tested on willing humans. Our products are not only for those who can’t or choose not to eat dairy but for anyone who loves good food and has a curious spirit. Our products are inclusive and really are for everyone.
Mantilla Home Design is also dedicated to offering a superior range of products handmade in Scotland. We enjoy designing furntiure and installations for many uses and locations. We tend to provide designs defined by clean lines, simple and minimalist using mostly locally sourced wood.
‘Sazzy Designs specialises in unique handmade polymer clay earrings of various colours, shapes, styles and sizes. All products are made by Sarah in her home studio in the Highlands of Scotland.’
JEMS produce a range of clothing using Tartan, Harris Tweed, needlecord and moleskin. A summer range uses cotton or cotton mixes. All hand made in Dunblane means we can match your family tartan foe a wedding or special occasion or perhaps something more quirky in Harris Tweed. For warmer days there are dungarees, pinafores, shorts and tunics. The choice is yours!
DavidsonDECOR started in 2020 within my cosy kitchen in Scotland. Whilst on maternity leave , I missed having structure and creativity in my day to day life, out with singing, dancing and providing a constant funhouse for baby Alice. Hand Pouring luxury candles provided me with this creative release and you will notice a little TLC in every product. With our versatile collection and bespoke services, DavidsonDECOR are a company that endeavour to provide the best quality products at affordable prices. Sustainability - This can be seen throughout my candlemaking journey. I only use soy wax due to its natural form, it's biodegradable particles, and important for candles, it creates a long-lasting clean burn. Soy wax contains no toxins, pollutants or carcinogens, this wax also tends to last longer than regular paraffin wax. Re-use & Recycle - Each candle is wrapped in a hand printed, repurposed fabric which can be used again as gift wrap, cloth, or keepsake. Along with my unique packaging, my candle containers also create an opportunity to recycle. Once you have finished your candle, why not re-use this empty jar as a potting plant or add some lights for a glowing night-time feature? Whether it’s adding a personal touch with bespoke candles for your business, or creating memories with our wedding favour options, DavidsonDECOR we guarantee to exceed your expectations.
Ice & Fire Distillery was born from our local area and a family of Highland Crofters wanting to try something different to sustain our crofting lives. We all have crofts but the crofting way of life has to be supplemented to survive. What better way to survive than to make spirits from the local water and botanicals which harks back to an era when crofters made illegal whisky on their crofts. We started off with a 5 litre alembic still, moving up to a 10 litre, a 20 litre, a 100 litre and 2 x 200 litre Hoga Stills We have had a great time developing recipes, getting friends and family to taste and give feedback and settled on our first two gin recipes “Caithness Gin” and Crofter’s Tears”, and now Caithness Raiders Rum.
Using the finest, freshest ingredients, Katrina Ashford of Rose Cottage Country Kitchen produces an award-winning range of preserves. The Nairn-based company sources the best local produce - some of which is organic - and uses traditional fruit-packed recipes for its range of jams, jellies, chutneys, marmalades, fruit cheeses and sauces. The products are made in a dedicated ‘jam kitchen’in small batches using open pans to give maximum taste and quality. As well as traditional favourites such as raspberry jam, tomato chutney and Seville orange marmalade, the range includes treats which have been developed exclusively by Katrina. Try crofters’ chutney, hedgerow jelly, or jingle berry jam. No artificial ingredients/GM or cheap fillers are used and all products, except those containing honey, are suitable for vegans. And speaking of honey, Katrina’s husband and son are in charge of the Rose Cottage bees, bringing a selection of pure Nairnshire honey for sale depending on the season. At the end of the year, the award-winning Christmas puddings and cakes are also available.
Sarah is a Shiatsu massage therapist and offers relaxing Shiatsu treatments at her therapy room in Fortrose or from Inverness. Shiatsu is a Japanese hands-on bodywork and has its roots in Oriental Medicine, often described as acupuncture without the needles. Shiatsu massage restores balance and harmony in your body and emotions by helping you relax and let go of tension and stress as well as releasing and melting away pain throughout the body. Sarah is also a Tai Chi Qigong instructor and runs classes for beginners. Qigong is wonderful for stress relief, relaxation and promoting good health and wellbeing.
I make lots of different things trying to use the whole of the antler, I use red deer antlers locally sourced here in the Highlands. The whole antler can be used for beautiful candles of different sizes. My other products are bottle openers and stoppers, cheese knives and forks, butter knives, toggle buttons and flat buttons, key rings, coat hooks and key hooks which also both vary in sizes and finally dog chews.
I am an Artist based in Inverness and known for my quirky functional art and pet portraits painted on wood and slate. I draw my inspiration from my beautiful surroundings, my love for animals and the materials I use, and never restrict myself to a certain style or technique. My creations primarily incorporate recycled materials, free fallen wood, I even use pebbles and rocks and other things that spark my interest. I have come to adore the unique quirks in nature, working to enhance its beauty instead of forcing my own concepts and trying to cover them up. As each piece is handmade everything I have available for sale is absolutely unique.
Handmade, luxury Belgian Chocolate Fudge, Scottish Tablet, Marshmallows, Rocky Road, Macarons and other gourmet treats. We also provide bespoke decoration and customised flavours for decadent delights at your special occasions, corporate events & weddings. Available in individual size bags, larger gift/sharing bags or reuseable hampers. Our range includes plant based and allergen friendly options and are always happy to speak to those who have specific needs to get the decadence they are looking for. All items are supplied in fully home compostable packaging.
I've been running "Designs by Inez" now for more than 10 years! Time flies, it really does! Turning a hobby into a business after retiring early. But each year I set out to learn something new and try something that pushes me further or in a different direction! Customers are always asking, " What's new ?" So, I aim to please! I work from home in Coupar Angus, and am constantly delighted and perplexed with what comes out of my kiln, the colours, the combinations, and then of course turning it all into something desirable. I love colour and hope you do too!
Sooki Coo Candles is located in the North East of Scotland and produces hand made candles, diffusers, wax melts, room mists along with Hand Wash & Lotion. All products are handmade with the finest fragrances so you get the best scent from your products. We love what we do and take extra care to make sure our products not only look & smell fabulous but are also packaged and presented in a high end manor.
“Ged is a traditional green woodworker specialising in creating bespoke wooden malt whisky tumblers made using only traditional hand tools and turned on a pole lathe from locally sourced speyside wood. Ged also makes handcrafted stools and ash gates and runs workshops teaching all aspects of green woodworking including stool and gate making, pole lathe turning and the ever popular log to tumbler workshop.”
At Koha Scotland we hand craft products from recycled Scottish whisky barrels and staves with our designs which are steeped in the history of the aged barrel. We often use contrasting materials like dried flowers, resin, seaglass and steel legs to complement our designs and the aged oak wood from the barrel, to create something with a new unique twist. We continue to look for new ideas and designs and love it when our customers challenge us with their own unique idea which we get to bring to life. We are excited to be able to offer personalisation on glasses, and the barrels with our new laser engraver for 2021, designs coming soon!
I set up Sara Harper Jewellery five years ago after going a HND in art and design and doing lots of jewellery classes at Gray’s School of Art . I use a lot of different silversmithing techniques in my designs that I make in my small workshop in Aberdeen I use a lot hammered textures ,rolled collages ,cuttlefish casting and some sand and water casting , I also use semi- precious stones and sea glass that I have found on Scottish beaches in my designs .I get my inspiration for my work from the beautiful Scottish environment that I live in . You can find my work on my website and Facebook pages
Having spent many years selling the best cheeses that we could lay our hands on, across the UK, we have now settled in Scotland. Why not try our range of delicious flavoured cheddars, come along to an event near you where you can sample the range for yourself. The full range of flavours and types can be found on our shop page or come and visit us at one of the many events we will be attending this year so you can have a taste. We look forward to meeting you all soon, just look out for the mouse!!
What makes Bowbrook truly unique is our ability to capture the essence of the creatures we represent, from quirky garden birds to magnificent mountain gorillas. Our figurines are miniature replicas of the world’s most inspiring creatures as seen in their own environments. We remain one of the few studios today producing figures only within the United Kingdom
Bright Star Jewellery Scotland was launched in 2020, by Catie Gandhi. Each piece is designed and handmade by Catie in her studio in rural Aberdeenshire. Catie is lucky to have beautiful mountains, forests, rivers, and beaches right on her doorstep, and she loves to look for patterns and textures in nature, using these in her designs. She also incorporates natural objects into her designs such as seeds, seed pods, broken pieces of bark, and shells. Working in precious metals, using traditional silversmithing techniques, Catie loves the idea of being able to preserve some of the beauty of nature in a piece of jewellery, so that it can be enjoyed forever.
After an awful experience with shop bought green tea, I vowed never to touch it again; it was bitterly unpalatable. When visiting China I was handed a cup of the most beautiful nectar. Surely this delicious liquor was not green tea! This prompted me to explore the many amazing natural grown teas on offer, allowing them to unravel their incredible notes on my tastebuds. In 2016 I started my own business to bring a fantastic tea experience to others. Welcome to my world of amazing teas.
'Here at Ellon Gin, creating products that are pure has always been our clear vision. From the moment we began, the key to our success has been using the highest premium gin and the best quality fruit we can source. It is with pride that we produce liqueurs with no chemicals, additives, preservatives or nasties. Absolutely packed full of flavour, we are confident, in a busy marketplace, that the purity, quality and flavour of our liqueurs speak for themselves and ensure our customers continue to fall in love with them. We currently make three beautiful liqueurs: Strawberry, Raspberry and Rhubarb and Lemon.'
Michelle Hewitt is known for her detailed animal pastel drawings. Having always being interested in the natural world, she was introduced to Albrecht Dürer’s Young Hare study at an early age and has been drawing and painting animals ever since. The portraits by Rubens are also influential to her, the way the eyes seem to follow the viewer round the room. Eyes are the most important part of any painting to Michelle and she will complete them fully before working on the rest of the picture. Soft pastels are her favourite medium as they don’t require any drying time and offer a soft definition ideal for fur & feathers. Now living & working in the East Neuk of Fife, she is delighted that her work is grown in popularity and can now be found in private collections worldwide.
Highland Boundary captures the unique and unusual flavours of the Scottish wilderness and distils them into wild-inspired & botanical Scottish Spirits and Liqueurs. If you’re a gin, vodka or cocktail lover you will love this new generation of Scottish Spirits and Liqueurs, Wild & Botanical. Our spirits rely on ancient distilling techniques fused with a flair for hand-picked Scottish wildlife & nature. Highland Boundary spirits are different, appealing to those who enjoy new and remarkable flavours.
Jack is a landscape illustrator, taking inspiration from the places he explores and spends time in. His key values as an illustrator are; adventure, sustainability and happiness. He invites you to take your time looking at his work in the hope that you will take your time while experiencing places that leave an impression on you. “I consider being outside a natural and significant part of my life. I take inspiration from the changes and movement in the raw environment that surrounds us, outside of our homes. Through the generation of ideas and creation of physical work, I hope to give people a chance to connect with the landscapes around us. Established within my output is a respect for nature. I hope to inspire others to advocate that respect and build a deeper understanding of wild places.”
Proud producers of Scottish Highland Gin, Whisky and Vodka Our small, independent distillery looks over the beautiful hamlet of Badachro in the north west of the Scottish Highlands, with views to the west over to Skye. This is where we produce our exquisite and rare whiskies, gins and vodka.
Hand made quirky Harris Tweed doorstop animals made in Braemar in the heart of Royal Deeside. All the beasties are original and unique and can be bought online or at R Deeside Coffee Roasters, Unit 1, Ballater Business Park, Ballater, AB35 5PN
The Highland Liquor Company produces premium spirits including the internationally acclaimed Seven Crofts from it's home in Ullapool in the NW Highlands.
After many years as a design studio artist I now design and make hand-knitted accessories. My inspiration comes from the colours of the Scottish landscape and many of the yarns I use are sourced in Scotland. I incorporate Harris Tweed and Liberty Art fabric into many of my designs to produce unusual and quirky accessories. email. firstname.lastname@example.org 07733938620
Every Jeanie Bag is designed and made to order by Lucy Robertson, a trained saddler and self-confessed perfectionist who’s passionate about using fine British tweeds, plaids and other fabulous fabrics. Each bag style comes in a gorgeous selection of designer tweeds, plaids and checks, with complementary trims, and is lovingly handcrafted at Lucy’s Kelso workshop. But Jeanie Bags are not just beautiful. They’re well thought out, robust and spacious, with generous zipped pockets and practical feet to protect the base, with a sense of fun to make them stand out from the crowd – just as you’d expect from a practical countrywoman! Jeanie Bags are perfect for original, stylish women who love British craftsmanship.
Using a blend soy and coconut wax and various scents Jenny creates luscious scented candles. They are in candle safe glasses with a clean lid to insure safety once the candle is snuffed out. Using a pure soy wax with scent she also produces scented wax melts and for that extra bit of everyday scent you can enjoy the scents in a long lasting room diffuser.
Joan L Punteney is an Animal Portrait Artist who accepts commissions of your animal. Joan also produces a range of Prints and Cards on an Animal theme and a popular range of Cartoon Prints, Cards and Tea Towels.
We are a small family run business based in the Scottish borders and leading the way in quality for over 30 years. Everything we make is by hand and many items unique to us here at Horncraft. Over the years we have been inspired by our beautiful surroundings and the love of the wild including the rugged and unspoiled Scottish highlands. The materials we use to make our products are Scottish Red Deer Antler and Cow Horn. Our antlers are naturally shed each year.
We specialise in the making of unique gifts using historic and unusual materials. Our love for history and our past involvement in preserving history is what started us out with this original idea in 2007. Handcrafted using materials of yesteryear, from 10,000 year old Mammoth Tusk to space flown Kepton foil from Apollo 11.
Artist and craftsman Angus Grant creates beautiful original artwork and illustrated products, all inspired by the landscape and wildlife of the Cairngorms. Gifts are available for delivery throughout the UK and Europe. Angus also takes private commissions – email email@example.com for a blether!
The Highlands of Scotland is noted for its fine produce and we make the most of its bounty. At Rose Cottage Country Kitchen we hand make our award-winning range of home made Scottish jams, jellies, marmalades, chutneys, relishes and other preserves in small batches in open pans - just as you would do for yourself.
Gorgeous tarts and patisseries are being produced every Friday for delivery in the Dornoch,Tain, Inver, Balintore, Invergordon, Alness & Dingwall. Other areas by request.
Bowls and other wood turned products, using mostly local wood which I source as close to my workshop as possible (no felling !). The wood is air dried for a few years, turned and then finished with natural waxes and oils. You can purchase through my facebook page.
Talented Ceramicist Hannah Morrison takes her inspiration from the Scottish landscape, that of the Outer Hebrides in particular.
Amy from Hand drawn gifts creates original works of Art, cards, coasters, mugs, cushions and art prints. Amy also take commissions for pet portraits.
Welcome to House of Tweed - a land of handmade Harris Tweed cushions, bags, home accessories and other lovingly made tweedy items.
From her home on the isle of Lewis Amanda creates beautiful Harris tweed cow heads, textile characters Wood and tweed key ring hooks and decorations. Amanda can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hooperhart creates screen-printed and painted wooden art and accessories, specialising in framed dioramas depicting imaginary scenes from around the British Isles and beyond, with a modern Folk Art flavour.
Discover a new range of indulgent, natural skincare products, lovingly hand-made by Puti and Steve Smith in the Scottish Highlands.
Taffy Tots Clothing is where you will find a range of fun clothing for children from 0 to 10 years of age. Every item is handmade to order in the print and size of yyour choice. The fabrics are carefully selected so that each outfit washes and wears well, allowing your tots to focus on enjoying all the adventures that life throws at them.