Wooden Wonders Are Set To Wow This Christmas

Highland Cow wooden serving board

Made in Scotland and proud of it! A fabulous project producing specially designed wooden gifts is looking forward to a tree-mendous festive season.

Fife based Just Slate webstore run by Selbrae House has launched an exciting range of products made using locally grown wood to create something special for the kitchen.

Wood from oak and sycamore is used to create chopping and serving boards, cheese paddles, trays, coasters and bottle openers.

What makes them even more special is that each product has a wonderful design etched on it, from Scottish inspired stags, Highland cows and thistles to trendy country designs including hares, bees and pheasants.

The quality of the craftsmanship shines through and the products are a great idea for a gift or for showing off when friends are round for dinner.

Highland Cow Serving Board

A feel-good factor is that all are made by a social enterprise project and so as well as utilising locally grown wood, the project is also providing jobs and income for the local community.

The wooden chopping and cheese boards come in a range of sizes and designs and are ideal for bread, cheese or meat or as trivet stands.

The larger sharing platters are ideal for serving antipasti foods and the quirky designs lend themselves to the outdoors and foodie and cheese lovers.

The Scottish Made range of products are made from Scottish Oak and Sycamore and come from environmentally sustainable sources in Scotland, ensuring the future of this Scottish resource for many more generations to come.

Prices start from £14 for bottle stoppers and coasters to £30 plus for chopping boards and larger items. For more information please visit: www.justslate.co.uk/scottish-made

Author Bio:

Rebecca Hay is an experienced travel writer and member of The British Guild of Travel Writers. Follow her adventures with her family on Twitter and Instagram @emojiadventurer and on Facebook via EmojiAdventurers2.

Photographs courtesy of Just Slate

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