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We’ve loved UncommonGoods for a long time. Probably as long as they’ve been established (in 1999). UncommonGoods.com is a unique online store that offers truly unique gift ideas that range from beautiful to fun, quirky and light-hearted. Never a boring gift idea in their catalog pages… We also love that UncommonGoods is an independent business that supports independent artists and creators. Plus, many of their gift items are made from recycled or up-cycled materials.

Need a great gift idea for your wife, your mother, sister, best friend? Here are some original ideas for the women in your life…

TO PUT UNDER THE TREE

For the proud mom:
Nest Egg Necklace - A sterling silver dome nests precious contents, Peruvian opal pendants, representing beloved offsprings. Choose from 1 to 4 opal eggs. $68 – $74
For the techie woman:
Moshi Moshi Curve Wireless handset and dock – A stylish Bluetooth 2.1 handset modeled after a classic telephone. Keep your device charged even as you place and take calls. Sleek and practical. $150
  For the sentimental woman:
Recycled Glass Tree Globes – Celebrate close relationships with mothers, sisters, family and friends. Handmade from 100% recycled glass, each globe represents a different, cherished relationship. $45
  For the tongue-in-cheek woman:
Playful Word Earrings – Perfect for the mom with a sense of humor. These earring are handmade in San Francisco. $42.00
  For the colorful woman:
Embroidered Flower Pouch – Designed by Jenny Krauss and handcrafted in Peru to help impoverished artisans, this beautiful clutch does good and is charmingly stylish too. $28

Need more ideas for gifts for women? Uncommon goods will handle that for you.

 

STOCKING STUFFERS

You know, us grown women love to get Christmas stockings too. All those little thoughtful gifts, picked one by one with clear intent to delight… Here are some great ideas for stocking stuffers for (grown) women, that move beyond the usual (lame?) drugstore-type ideas:

Fortune Keeper Key Chain- Choose between Dream Believer, Doors of Opportunity and Key to Success to insert that especially inspiring Fortune Cookie fortune. $20
  Birth Month Flower Necklace – Birthstones, move aside. It’s birth month flowers now. Sourced from around the world, 12 different dried & pressed flowers are showcased in a resin pendant. $48
Mobile Foodie Survival Kit – For the foodie, this is a perfect stocking stuffer that is stocked with organic herbs and spices that a food snob would never be caught without. $26.00
  Teas of Encouragement – Masterfully blended teas tackle two pesky plights–mortality and bad karma–with potent herbs carefully picked for their medicinal properties. Choose from Live Forever (antioxidants) and Instant Karma (soothing) teas. $10
  Wildflower Seed Bombs – Simply throw and grow! These five ready-to-grow are perfect for the gardener and the gardener-wanna-be. $14.00

Looking for more fun & inspiring stocking stuffers gift ideas from UncommonGoods, which of course features ideas for everyone else in the family too.

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