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Dandelion clock

Bumble Bee in flowers

Rushing burn

Autumn leaves in burn

Spring lambs

Country lane

A heart of thankfulness

Greetings cards

Glossy high quality greeting cards with images by Eilidh Sutherland

Produced by Zazzle and customizable with your own personal message on order. High quality product supplied with envelope. Takes approx 2 weeks to ship.

A small range of Suthies designs sold through


Bone china mugs

Produced by Zazzle and customizable too. Dishwasher and microwave safe. If you prefer a normal pottery mug there’s lots of other options. Take approx 2 weeks to ship.

Every walk is different and there’s always something to stop and study. Take a dandelion clock. Who first called it a clock? And who started the rumour that you can tell the time by blowing seeds into the sky?

Find peace in the solitude of country lanes and paths.

Yum! Nectar.

Streams and burns have such a calming influence – the sounds of peat water tumbling over rocks, stones and autumn leaves

The colour of autumn leaves blends with the red of peat water

A sign of Spring – new lambs in the Perthshire countryside

Heart of thankfulness

Start your day with a drink in your mug of thankfulness.

Whits fur ye’ll no go past ye

A Scottish saying ‘Whit’s fur ye’ll no go past ye’ on one side which translated means ‘What’s meant to happen will happen’ on the other.

I choose to believe that ‘everything works together for good’!

Rest and be thankful

Take a break with your favourite hot drink and ‘rest and be thankful’. This beautiful mug takes it inspiration from a Scottish road called the ‘Rest and be thankful’ – an old military road where the climb out of Glen Croe is so long and steep that it was traditional for travellers to rest at the top, and be thankful for having reached the highest point.

Harvest Thanks

A proper farmer’s mug with the first verse of ‘We plough the fields and scatter’, a well known and much loved Harvest Festival hymn in the UK.

Believe you can and you’re halfway there

An inspirational mug with an encouragement to believe that you can do what you want to do and fly high. The image is taken over Loch Leven, Scotland during winter when many thousands of migrating geese are attracted to the loch (the largest lowland loch in Scotland).