#FolksyFriday – Burns Night – 13th January 2017

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January 25th is the day that Scottish people celebrate Burns Night, the birth date of the famous Scottish poet Robert Burns. It can be a big event, involving the iconic haggis, bagpiping and the famous poem ‘Address to a Haggis’. It is celebrated all around the world, especially in places where there is a large population of Scottish decent. I would love to go to a Burns Night event, though I don’t like haggis!

I have already done a Scotland themed #FolksyFriday post, which you can find here, but you can never have enough Scottish themed items. I just love them!

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whisky galore by stewart craft cards
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Up-cycled whisky bottle lamp with a handmade lampshade in a stag design by Wild Rose Designs
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Oak Scotch Whisky Barrel 5 tealight holder by BeeSpoke Barrels
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Handmade Thistle Cushion in Autumn check wool by Seaforth Designs
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Robert Burns Night Gift Silver Plated Cufflinks by Blackbird Studio
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Hand coloured Pair of Highland Cows Lino Print by Kirstie Dedman Designs
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Jock the Haggis Pin Cushion by MissE
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Scottish Copper Wire Bagpipes Burns Night Pendant Necklace by Spiral Fountain Jewellery

Next week is the start of my Valentines Day themed posts. Yes, it only a month away! 31 days left!

To see previous #FolksyFriday picks click here and this Pinterest board.


About #FolksyFriday

Every friday Folksy sellers on Twitter promote other people’s items using the hashtag #FolksyFriday. Each week is a different theme of personal choice and the items are promoted through blogs, Pinterest, Instagram, ect. and linked through Twitter for everybody to see. To know more visit the Folksy blog post What is Folksy Friday and how can I join in?‘ here.

Got a theme you want to see? Comment here or via my Twitter or Facebook.

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