I recently came across Uncommon Goods and I absolutely love their products, especially their Christmas gift ideas! I have to confess that I love original gifts and Uncommon Goods has plenty of amazing and affordable original gifts for you to choose from.
Another reason why I was really drawn to this company was their values and what they strive for. Uncommon Goods is an online marketplace to connect creative makers and their products with individuals looking for truly special gifts. They value creativity, innovated designs, and they work with artists to use sustainable or recycled materials whenever possible.
These are not the usual made in China products and many of them are handmade and personalized gifts.
Also, I am a busy mom and I love anything that will save me time. Uncommon Goods makes it easier for you to shop using Sunny, their expert gift finder. It asks you who the gift it’s for, gives you a few options to click and finds the best options for you. It even asks you to set your budget! I think Sunny it’s just brilliant and a time-saver. Give it a try here!
I took this screenshot when I was looking for Christmas gift ideas for my 7-year-old daughter.
Here are some of my favorites Christmas gift ideas from Uncommon Goods for kids:
I found this for Hadassah, who was definitely born to be a princess.
Ariella, who wants to be a vet or a doctor, will go crazy with Parker the Interactive Bear Patient.Seriously, Parker is amazing!! Watch the video below.
Here are more of my favorites Christmas gift ideas for kids, check out some more ideas here.
Christmas gift ideas for the healthy mama!
It’s so handy to be able to find so many original and yet affordable Christmas Gift Ideas all in one place.
I’m a health conscious person and even though I don’t have a green thumb, I love to grow my own food, so I was thrilled when I found these products.
Look at these awesome Christmas gift ideas for homeschoolers!
Are you looking for some last minute stocking stuffer gift ideas? I am sure you will find what you are looking for at Uncommon Goods.
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