Looking for unique, cute Scottish gifts with a traditional touch? Our gorgeous range of hand-crafted keepsake gifts are compact, lightweight and great value....perfect for tucking into your luggage to take home to friends and family, or sending anywhere in the world to your loved ones whom you may not be seeing for a wee while
Hello and welcome….
Are you feeling disappointed that your visit to Scotland has been popstponed due to the current crisis??
We feel your pain!!
Until we can welcome you to our bonny shores, why not have a wee browse of our lovely hand crafted Scottish gifts to whet your appetite until you can safely travel.....there are lots of cute little keepsakes to choose from - ideal for that special friend or family member (or why not treat yourself?)
If you would like your gift sent directly to your recipient, just let us know at checkout and we'll include a little gift card with your own message.
Scottish Keepsakes is the new Ayrshire destination for beautifully hand-crafted gifts.
Inspired by Scotland’s rich cultural heritage, tradition and folklore, our ranges include mementos, occasional gifts, a ‘lucky’ sixpence selection, corporate gifts and personalised keepsakes ~ all lovingly made in Ayrshire, birthplace of the famous bard Robert Burns, and situated amongst the finest of Scotland’s scenery and coastline.
Our Scottish gifts reflect some of Scotland’s cultural icons ~ thistles, heather, pipers, tartans, tweeds, the St Andrew’s flag, and a few well-loved animals, such as the Scottish Terrier (‘Scottie’), West Highland Terrier (‘Westie’), our new Heilan’ Coo, Clara, and the latest member of the Keepsake Clan – Strath the Stag…..
Our popular range of little personalised satin and organza keepsakes for all events and occasions, has been carefully made using thoughtful, original rhyming verses, with ‘caring’ themes and contents ~ uniquely put together to bring the customer a quality gift with a difference.
We have developed a collection of ‘Lucky’ Silver Sixpence coins in cards, traditionally seen as a lucky gift to give to a Bride on her Wedding Day and indeed believed to bring good luck and wealth to any recipient.
We work alongside, wherever possible, other local producers, manufacturers and businesses, thereby supporting the local economy.
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