Welsh cakes, a rugby ball and poetry by Dylan Thomas were included in handmade willow baskets to showcase Wales' products and character to the visitors, including US President Barack Obama.
Welsh woollen socks, honey and slate coasters are among other items presented to the world leaders attending the Nato summit at the Celtic Manor resort in Newport.
Here's what they got to take home with them:
Joseph Anthony Connor is, according to his website, the world's most downloaded 'En Plein-Air' Painter, and leads a new movement dedicated to artists painting outside with digital devices.
Leaders were given framed prints of his iPad paintings of “400 iconic views of Newport”.
There ware also Dragon Cufflinks like these. There were bracelets if you weren't a man at Nato. Angela Merkel may have got a bracelet.
The presents were provided by more than 25 Welsh businesses and makers. A message from the Prime Minister inside the gift basket reads:
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