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Valentine Gift Guide with Uncommon Good

Shoes to Shiraz' Valentine Gift Guide with Uncommon Good


I was approached by the friendly people @ Uncommon Goods to share with you my favourite gift ideas from their Valentine's Day collection.  Here's the thing....even if they hadn't approached me, their site is one that I would scour for unique gifts for the fun people in my life.  I love finding funky and unique jewelry for my sister or humourous presents for my ridiculous brother. Wait.  Or was that ridiculous presents for my humourous brother.  Regardless if it's birthdays, Christmas presents, random Tuesday gifts, Uncommon Goods has every person or event covered.  I love sites that offer quirky and original gifts and if that's what you're looking for too, then UnCommonGoods is for you.  In fact, I got side tracked whilst browsing and came across a bunch of presents I wanted to get for the kids in my life....

[caption id="attachment_8702" align="aligncenter" width="400"] uncommongoods gifts for kids :  Plates/Trowel/Mug/Unicorn[/caption]

 

But let's talk Valentine's Day, which sometimes does and then sometimes doesn't live up to our expectations.  Essentially, the men are easy to buy for, because what they really want is free, but if you aren't into that and have a headache or something, there are some helpful gift ideas for Valentine's Day here.  And really sisters, you know that the other in your life will either tune in to your utmost desire and really be on par with your wants/needs in life (read husband...shoes) or they'll completely forget and get you either a) a random card or b) a vacuum.  Therefore in case you are, ahem, shopping for yourself- I picked out my favourite gifts for all the different and wonderful women in my life.  Maybe you are one of them and should just order it for yourself.....



The Book Worm / The Foodie / The Boho Babe/ The Eccentric One/ The Fashionista/ The Geek

And husbands, if you are still reading...there is a handy page on Uncommon Goods which organizes and lists them all as gifts for wives.  So go ahead, do yourself a favour and order that wonderful woman something.

 

This is a sponsored post, all opinions are my own and husband, if you are ready this, I would like all of the above for Valentine's Day.

 

Comments

  1. Living on Cloud Nine26 January, 2017 22:27

    I have seen so much goodness from Uncommon goods. These are so fun...that Ms. Food face plate..so cool!!! Hope your weekend is happy and sweet!!

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  2. Uncommon Goods has so many fun things! I think I need that unicorn mug!

    Jill
    Doused In Pink

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  3. Those bald head plates are the best!! I think Connor would get a kick out of those.

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  4. So much good stuff. I'm supposed to be working, but now I'm headed over to browse their site.

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  5. And now I want to shop... and drop gift hints lol

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  6. I NEED THAT UNICORN MUG. or the cereal bowl that they have too :)

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  7. I was just going to post that Alison needs that unicorn mug! Hahahaha!!!

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  8. Oh, that scarf! I checked out some of the others they sell and have promptly pinned them on Pinterest. Love the Alice in Wonderland scarves.

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  9. I am LOVING all of the unicorn finds. I mean, what girl doesn't love a unicorn?!

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  10. lol- totally thought of @disqus_8DO8uCVwll:disqus when picking it out

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  11. I think an adult could have some fun too ;)

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  12. I just had to comment on this because the rainbow unicorn caught my eye. I've been going through fertility issues for a while and rainbows and unicorns are symbols of things people have gone through. That mug is perfect for so many people in my support group!

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  13. How did I miss that macaroon kit?!! Love the items you picked, as well!!

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