I’ve made some stuff using Redbubble. So far I have some mugs and a Tshirt available in various styles and colours.
I will be adding items month by month and welcome any suggestions. Have a look below and see if there’s anything you like. Clicking on any of the items shown below will take you to my Redbubble shop.
Mugs are £10.41 and T shirts start at £14.79. Redbubble frequently makes deals available. You can leave comments at the bottom of this page – feedback can be good.
Hoo’s it Hingin – cream.
Face up to the rest of the world with a Grinning Sporran T shirt. A selection of garments and colours are available. The ‘Hoo’s it Hingin’ Grinning Sporran graphic is cream. Hoo’s it hingin translates to “Hello how are things going with you?” It is up to you to select a colour that will work with the cream colour – not all the garments available will. I shall be adding more choices of colour and different versions of the grinning sporran as time progresses.
Scottish Words Couthie Alphabet Mug.
I tried to be a goody with this Couthie Mug and included Scottish words that are complimentary, polite and nice. You could buy it with its polar opposite the Snash Mug. The Couthie Mug is for when you want to sit with good friends and chat about the best of times. These mugs will be a talking point. Very few of us will know all the words and non Scots will likely know none.
Scottish Words Alphabet Mug.
This mug has Scottish words good and bad to fire up discussions with colleagues over coffee or soup or tea or whatever else you like in a good mug. None of the words will insult a Scot and most of them are nice anyway, besides we Scots tend to be thick skinned. All the words can be found in the Stooryduster Scottish Words Glossary. Start typing and the list of words immediately starts reducing to home in on likely words as you type.
Scottish Words Food and Drink Mug.
A mug with selection of Scottish food words that you and your friends can look up the recipes and have a go at making while you share a beverage using the Food Words Alphabet Mugs. I doubt Powsowdie would fit in a mug without a blender being brought to bear. But me, I’d happily sip on Athole brose or snack on a scone with Jeelie and cream along with a mug of Scottish blend tea. I take mine black.
Scottish Words Snash Alphabet Mug.
The Snash Words Alphabet Mug – snash meaning rude or insulting in Scots. Best for when you want to smoulder darkly and drink coffee out of a mug of nasty words. I sometimes feel like that and actually doing it can sometimes feel like catharsis. You can check out meanings before you buy in the glossary here. I sincerely doubt any Scots will be offended by any of the words – insults are part of our social discourse – among friends anyway.