This post is sponsored by Uncommon Goods. All opinions are my own.
When Uncommon Goods asked me to work with them on a product review, I jumped on board. Committed to the environment and sustainability, Uncommon Goods promotes handmade items and donates a portion of each sale to various non-profit groups. For those hard to shop for people on your Christmas list—you know the ones—you will find something in the company’s catalog because its filled with, yes, uncommon goods.
Looking for the perfect stocking stuffers? Uncommon Goods has a wonderland of choices HERE.
A personalized gift? Take a gander at these one of a kind ideas HERE.
There are must-have artifacts for the man cave dweller, the sports fan, gardener, geek.
Gifts to charm ladies of all ages.
You get the picture.
I’ve had my eye on this literary scarf for some time.
What a truly unique gift for anyone who loves the written word. Writer friends? Check. Voracious reader? Check. Anyone who wants to be stylish and warm this winter? Check.
First let me say, I am impressed with the texture. This infinity-style scarf is medium weight—not too heavy but substantial enough to keep me warm—and it’s soft like a well-loved t-shirt. The color, more eggshell than stark white, will go with most anything. The print is clear (much clearer than my fuzzy photo might lead you to believe) and includes not only passages from the book, but fun illustrations too.
The Literary Scarf comes in three styles: Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights or Alice in Wonderland. (I am wearing Alice in Wonderland, one of my all-time favorite books.)
So seriously, before you drag yourself to the crowded mall, spend some time browsing the Uncommon Goods website. Click HERE to view the holiday catalog. Not only will you find uber cool gifts for everyone on your list, but the company promotes Instagram challenges, design contests, and includes an entire category of odd yet interesting things you need to know. Like whether or not men yawn more than women. And if cats can be allergic to people. Curiouser and curiouser, right? Because the company is uncommon.
Grace Grits and Gardening
Farm. Food. Garden. Life.
“Well, I never heard it before, but it sounds like uncommon nonsense.”
― Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland
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