This was Margaret's entry and she said, "My cross stitch is of the Snowman wearing a kilt which reflects Scotland. Also the reference to Irn Bru is Scottish. After all Irn-bru is our other national drink."
Gillian submitted the above tea cosy. She said, "teapot coaster was always used along with the cosy to keep the teas warmer so that it was not sitting on a cold surface. Which meant that tea was warmer for longer."
The hot water bottle cover was knitted by Helen. Helen said "Our beautiful country is also known for its changeable weather. When relatives come home from Canada, USA, New Zealand in spring or summer they invariably suffer from 4 seasons in one day. It was such a nice day (Glasgow) we went to Fife (North Wind & Frost Bite)."
This contribution was also by Laura. She said, "Scottish farm yard scene also shows how friendly Scotland is with a pig and dog being friends."
The above journal page was submitted by Janette. She said, " The two hearts reflect family and the Celtic knot reflects where you want both hearts to be i.e. Scotland."
Donna was the winner for the original category. You can't get much more Scottish than Haggis, neeps and tatties.