Uncommon Gifts from Uncommon Goods

I love finding a new place where I can pick up gifts…especially when wedding season is not far away and my friends are having house warming parties and babies left and right. And Uncommon Goods is just the place where I can find some of these types of gifts.

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So what is Uncommon Goods? Well simply put, it’s a site where artists and designers can sell their unique – or uncommon – goods. The handcrafted gifts are completely unlike what you will find elsewhere, which makes it the perfect place to find that special present for a friend, significant other, parent or well, yourself. I’ve been eyeing some new glassware for my bar, as well as some cool gifts for upcoming birthdays.

The part I love about Uncommon Goods is that the majority of the projects they curate and carry are created in the USA and often can incorporate recycled or upcycled materials. It’s always great to find a company that supports creativity, the environment and artists.

I selected the Stemless Aerating Wine Glasses from the site and have already heard from friends that they love them when they come over. Not only are they stylish, but they also make your wine taste better – and who doesn’t love that. Check them out here.

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The other cool piece of this Uncommon puzzle – The Better to Give program. With every purchase made, Uncommon Goods gives $1 to the selected charity of your choice. In 12 short years, they have raised over $700,000 for some awesome nonprofits. So you shop and give back all in the one click!

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Disclosure: Uncommon Goods requested that I review their site and get the word out about this awesome online shop. In return, they provided me with a gift of my choice. 

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About lifeinthecle

30 Something Advertising/PR/Marketing Young Professional living in and loving the CLE. Favorite things include the Cleveland Browns, Starbucks, deep conversations, volunteering, writing, social media, fashion and wine.
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