gifts for all from uncommongoods
It’s that time of the year when summer is just around the corner and your calendar is somehow beginning to fill up really fast. Graduations, bridal showers, weddings, birthdays, BBQs – there is always an event around the corner.
When I discovered UncommonGoods, I was surprised by how many unique gift options they offered. I especially love their jewelry selection. The necklace I’m wearing above is called the Positive Energy necklace. I love that it’s simple but intriguing and that it serves as a reminder to carry positive energy with you wherever you go. The length also makes it great for layering with other necklaces. It would be the perfect gift for a graduate or a bride-to-be – as would these “She Believed She Could” bangles, this “Links of Love” necklace, or this “Love Birch Cuff”.
Whether you’re looking for a gift for a graduate, a bride, a mother, a hostess, a couple, or a friend, you’re likely to be able to find something unique and memorable in the “Gifts for Women” section. This “My Life Story – So Far” journal would make a great birthday or anniversary gift. A hostess or couple living away from their home state might love one of these cool state dish towels. Something personalized always makes for a unique and thoughtful gift, too (they’re my favorite).
With Father’s Day right around the corner, it might be worth checking out these Father’s Day gifts to see if you can find something you like for your dad, father-in-law, husband, or grandpa. This BBQ set would be perfect for my father-in-law since he’s a hockey dad and they have a dog named Bauer (yes, named after the hockey brand). As weird as giving a sponge rack as a gift would be, I think my dad would get a kick out of this. He is very particular about his dish washing utensils (as am I) so this would be a funny and practical gift. I think this City Skyline Wooden Routing is so cool and would be great for an office or den.
There are so many unique products, I could browse the site for way too long. What I love about UncommonGoods is that they’re a good company. They’re a certified B Corp, their lowest paid seasonal worker begins at 50% above minimum wage, half of their products are made by hand, and the majority of their products are made in the US. I love supporting companies that are striving to use their business to have a positive impact on the world – especially when they offer unique products, too.
Thank you to Uncommon Goods for sponsoring this post. I’m happy to work with such a great company. All thoughts and opinions are my own and all recommended products are based on personal taste.