$30 and Under Last Minute Holiday Gift Guide ~ UncommonGoods
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I’ve always been a big fan of unique gifts, just ask my family, they never know what to expect from me every year. I love giving thoughtful, unique, handcrafted, eco-friendly… I could go on and on but you get the idea, uncommon goods!
Do you still have a few of those hard to buy for people left on your list like I do? Or if you’re just a last minute shopper? How about we go shopping together today? The best thing about the virtual world is we can go shopping together and never leave the warmth of our homes… very nice.
I can’t wait to introduce you to this amazing retailer, if you haven’t heard of UncommonGoods yet, you’ll be happy you stopped by today.
UncommonGoods is a privately-owned retailer that endeavors to feature unique jewelry, designer décor, tabletop items, and handcrafted gifts created in harmony with the environment without harm to animals or people.
UncommonGoods run their operations out of the historic Brooklyn Army Terminal, in Brooklyn, New York, where the lowest-paid seasonal worker starts at 50% above the minimum wage. Their mission is to support and provide a platform for artists and designers. Half of what they sell is made by hand. Most of the jewelry products, home décor and tabletop items they carry are created right here in the USA, and about one-third of the entire collection incorporates recycled and/or upcycled materials.
The core of the company is a great respect for the integrity of the creative individual and the belief that it is their responsibility to use their business to impact the world in a positive way.
Let’s start with some unique Christmas gifts for women
Chakra Stone Chime $20.00
SolarPuff Collapsible Light $30.00
Kabob Grilling Baskets $16.99
So what do you think? Do you like what I’ve shown you? I could go on and on. There are so many different items on uncommongoods.com, you really need to go to the website and see for yourself. It’s pretty awesome to have access to so many talented artists, and craftspersons all in one place.
I’d better get going, I need to get back to my cart at uncommongoods.com
Were you able to find something you liked at uncommon goods? If so what was it?