We’re getting down to the wire for the holiday season (and I still don’t even have my Christmas cards done – it’s bad this year folks). If you’re like me, there are certain people on your holiday gift list that are just plain hard to buy for, and you’re always on the lookout for something unique and different. Am I right? This is where UncommonGoods comes into the picture. If you’re looking for uncommon Christmas gift ideas, look no further than UncommonGoods.
Instead of exchanging gifts this year, my parents and I decided to pool our money together and do some random acts of kindness instead. And yet, UncommonGoods offers up some great ideas for random acts of kindness in the form of a kit. So even if you are exchanging gifts this year, what a great gift idea.
If you have a teen, or heck, anyone who has attended high school, you’ll get some good laughs out of this book, I promise. I have this book, and it’s hysterical.
Here is a peek inside to give you an idea of the humor you’ll find inside:
Finding unique gifts for mom are always one of the most challenging, and yet, I think moms appreciate thoughtful, uncommon goods more than anyone. I do, anyway. I would love it if my kids took the time to fill out these letters to mom, as a way to remind your mom about how much you love her.
Or perhaps a personalized family mug – how cute are these?
I know women as a group can be a fussy bunch when it comes to gifts (guilty as charged). But I can assure you, UncommonGoods offers gifts for any woman in your life – friend, coworker, spouse, mother, daughter, or sister.
This gorgeous wood cuff bracelet would make any woman happy (myself included).
These berry bowls are fantastic – they’re so pretty and functional. A nice change from a plastic colander, and pretty enough to use to serve up your fruit.
If all else fails, jewelry is always a great option, and this pretty pendant goes with just about anything.
Not only does UncommonGoods offer unique and innovative gift ideas, they also give back with their Better to Give program. With every purchase you make, they donate $1 to the non-profit of your choice. Since the start of the Better to Give program 12 years ago, they have donated over $1Million to charities around the world.
I hope you enjoy UncommonGoods as much as I do.
This is a sponsored post for Uncommon Goods, but all opinions are strictly my own.
[email protected]December 12, 2016 at 10:12 am
Great ideas. I am sure my oldest who is a high school teacher would get a kick out of the F in Exams book.
JennyDecember 13, 2016 at 3:54 pm
For sure! The book is hysterical! I was laughing so hard when I found it, I had to buy it.