Welcome to the latest post in our Scottish gift guide, which has more great gift ideas for birthday, Christmas, anniversary or surprise presents. When it comes to buying Scottish gifts for her (whether she is your wife, girlfriend or mum), there are some beautiful gifts for women which have been made in Scotland or are Scottish-themed.
Various handmade Harris Tweed bags and accessories made on the beautiful Isle of Great Bernera in the Outer Hebrides. This stunning teal colour will remind her of those incredible seas.
This retro 1930s-style tourism poster of Portree on the Isle of Skye is a beautiful reminder of a favourite holiday destination and can be personalised by adding a date or a name.
Made from pure Scottish spun lambswool these fingerless mittens are a stylish and practical Christmas gift. The design of these wrist warmers with a thumb hole leaves your fingers free to work or use your phone.
This stunning mug with its hand-drawn thistle design will please any lovers of flowers and hot drinks.
Who doesn’t love a Scottish Highland cow? Made entirely in Scotland, this set of 4 melamine coasters feature Gillian Kyle’s original pen and ink drawing of a shaggy Highland Cow on a patterned sky blue background. The design also features on other products including mugs and place mats.
Labradorite gemstones are set in sterling silver to create these beautiful handmade stud earrings which are made in Orkney.
Imagine the expression on your wife’s or girlfriend’s face on Christmas day when she finds out that you’ve booked them a surprise holiday or long weekend. We have lots of great places to stay in the Scottish Highlands and Islands in our online directory whether you want a luxury hotel, self-catering cottage or B&B.
Have you got any ideas for Scottish gifts for women that you’d like to share with us? If so, post your suggestions in the comments. If you’re a business making gifts in Scotland and you’d like to feature on our blog, please contact us as we love to celebrate items handmade in Scotland, particularly in the Scottish Highlands and Islands.