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Welcome

It’s February, it’s cold out there and we’re all missing seeing loved ones, family and friends. Whether you enjoy or avoid Valentine’s Day, we don’t really need an annual diary date to have an excuse to let our special ones know we appreciate them.

If you’re looking for a way to make someone smile, feel loved and connected as we continue to be in lockdown, why not surprise them and arrange for a unique gift to arrive by post - at any time!  

Here are a just a few suggestions you’ll find on Perthshire Artisans:

Anna Malyon’s ‘Morning Cuppa’ print is a lovely way to invite someone to join you online for a catch up.

Nicola McCabe’s delightful ceramic candle holder will be a welcome way to brighten up someone’s day.

Izzy Gretton’s knitted snood is a cosy way for someone to wrap themselves up and feel loved.

Sheila Roberts' Octopus print is a fun image which will put a smile on everyone's face. 

Laura Woods wee Wren wire sculpture will be a cheery addition to either the mantelpiece or the garden.

Laura Grace Caldwell’s Geo Pattern Hoop Earring will make anyone feel elegant for their next online session.

We also have new arrivals just in! See them on the homepage of our website or go straight to the shop:
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In Other News:

Perthshire Artisans is delighted to have been selected by Craft Scotland to feature in their February Spotlight Place, prominently displayed on the Craft Scotland website homepage.

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