Vendors

Visit the Colorado Scottish Festival’s Vendor Village! The wonderful vendors who support our Festival will be delighted to talk with you and show you their wares:

Blue Frogs Company, headquartered in Aspen, Colorado, hand-carves beautiful Celtic and Viking symbols out of mahogany wood.  Their work has been exhibited throughout the United States in galleries, specialized trade shows and most recently at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, The Natural Museum of Utah, and the Royal Ontario Museum.  www.bluefrogcompany.com.

Caledonian Heart brings Scottish tartan into everyday life! Made-in-America baby booties, purses, backpacks and more. www.caledonian-heart.com

Castle Armory, Inc., will offer  a large selection of swords, dirks, daggers and more at the Festival!  www.facebook.com/castlearmoryinc

Colorado Wassail Company, a unique beverage company based in the Rocky Mountain region. “Wassail” originated from the Old Norse drinking salutation, “Ves heil” (“Be well”) of more than 1,000 years ago. Century later, Wassailing was popularized in Old England a seasonal singing ritual to ensure a good apple cider harvest. Today, wassail is popular as a winter holiday drink and all year long! Have a dram of the Old Norse drink at the Festival! www.cowassailco.com

Eheart Creations, based in Westcliffe, CO, will bring beautiful designer jewelry in silver, copper, pewter and semi-precious stones to the Festival.

It’s Celtic Time! – A Colorado-based boutique travel agency providing trips and tours to Scotland and Ireland, including OutlanderTours and golf trips. What’s your Celtic dream? Contact It’s Celtic Time! to make your dream a reality. http://celtictime.com

Hieber Creative Endeavors brings hand-made Celtic-themed art to the Festival, offering terracotta pottery and tiles, wall sculptures, lapel badges and lovely Scottish/Welsh/Irish greeting cards.

KLO Graphics, located in Colorado Springs, specializes in Clan items. www.klographics.com

Lilla Rose, bringing unusual Celtic hair clips and delightful accessories to the Festival. www.lillarose.biz

Renewal by Andersen offers award-winning replacement windows to upgrade your home. Learn more at the Festival about Renewal by Andersen’s superior quality and certified master installers. www.renewalbyandersen.com

St. Kilda U.S.A offers kilts and more. You know you’ve always wanted to wear a kilt! www.stkildausa.com

The Welsh Baker makes hand-griddled Welsh cakes from an old family recipe that are wonderful with tea, coffee, milk, ice cream, cheese – or just by themselves. Try a sample at the Festival! www.welshbaker.com

From Bennett Colorado, R&R Custom Creations will be offering customized décor ranging from rustic welcome signs to wildlife scenes, beautiful hand-made wooden furniture, and custom steel targets.  www.rgcustomfabrications.com

Thistle & Shamrock offers ready-made kilts for men, women and children, as well as the kilt hose, flashes, ghillie brogues, kilt belts and buckles, and sporrans to make a complete outfit.  You’ll also find crest pins and crest badges and other pieces of Scottish and Celtic jewelry rings and bracelets, etc.  Need a pewter Quaich (drinking vessel) or flask?  You can find them here along with tartan scarves, Celtic rugby shirts, sweatshirts and hoodies. 

Contact vendors@ScottishGames.org.