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Vintage Scottish toast

Tartans are a big part of scottish culture and could be a pattern to use. It is quite a nice illustrative element that adds some context to the play, so it would effective if included. The only problem that I have with it is how traditional it is.

A Traditional Scottish Toast

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Vintage illustration of a Scottish toast

Everyone needs a good toast now and then. To warm your heart.

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TARTAN: Vintage Tartan Plaid Postcard... A Traditional Scottish Toast

A Traditional Scottish Toast (The word Girnel refers to a granary, food chest, or food barrel. Moose refers to mouse.

Scottish Toasts, Blessings, and Inscriptions | Clan Henderson Society

Scottish Toasts, Blessings, and Inscriptions

Salmon Saturdays. Who can resist house cured Scottish salmon, rye toast, cream cheese, onions, and tomatoes for breakfast? I can't, especially when there are capers involved! So many deliciously good features on Roanoke's Brunch Menu!!! 📍Th

Salmon Saturdays. Who can resist house cured Scottish salmon, rye toast, cream cheese, onions, and tomatoes for breakfast? I can't, especially when there are capers involved! So many deliciously good features on Roanoke's Brunch Menu!!! 📍Th

Antique Book:  Scottish Toasts by Ivor Ben McIvor  by NORAVINTAGE

Antique Book: Scottish Toasts by Ivor Ben McIvor 1908 First Edition Scottish Toasts Book

Antique Book: Scottish Toasts by Ivor Ben McIvor by NORAVINTAGE

Raspberry cranachan trifle. A twist on the Scottish classic, with crunchy flapjack-style toasted oats.

Raspberry cranachan trifle

Think i'll make this for the next glasgow baking club night to represent my camping holidays in gairloch.

Slàinte mhath - pronunced (slan'che va) Scottish toast...means Good Health!

Darling, I'm glad you know some gaelic, it was fun going to a Highlands Fete. Slainte - Cheers, or in the USA - Bottoms Up!