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Gift Giving for the Whole Family

By Michelle Hernandez @Familylovesa

This post is sponsored by Uncommon Goods, but all opinions and photos are my own.
It is prime holiday shopping time and don't you love it when you can get gifts for everyone on your list in one shop?
Gift Giving for the Whole Family
From the sweetest totes, unique gifts for kids to the musicians and boss ladies in your lives, Uncommon Goods specializes in handcrafted gifts created in harmony with the environment without harm to animals or people. So you can feel good about shopping there too!

There is so many items to choose from, but on my list is gift giving for the whole family! Here are some of my favorite picks:

For my younger nephews (and if I had a niece) is the Galaxy Rocket Adventure Cape! It is reversible with the galaxy on the other side, a detachable rocket, and hook and loop planet and flame patches! I have also seen the coolest Jetpack Backpack to hold all of the mini astronauts gear!

Gift Giving for the Whole Family

If you are looking for gifts for family members a bit older, the Makey Makey circuit board is perfect for kids 8 and up. It's great for STEM activities at home, and simple enough for tweens and teens to use. And for the musician in the family, young or old, you can create your own guitar pics with the Pick Punch. Because we both know, musicians probably lose picks, like we lose hair ties in this house! (both pictured above)
Gift Giving for the Whole Family

The holidays always call for "Secret Santa" gifts and if you are looking for the perfect Christmas gift for the office white elephant party, Uncommon Goods has multiple, fun desk signs to choose from. No more picking up a mug set or a gift card!

My favorite gift for the chignonas in my life, office desk or not, is the "Boss Lady" and "Get It, Girl" Inspired Women plaques.

Gift Giving for the Whole Family

My last gift reminds me of the time I asked for all books for Christmas! I haven't been much of a bookworm lately, but I know many friends who are. And who can resist the nostalgic library card tote? Plus this bag is made in Brooklyn, New York, which feels extra special!

For conscious shoppers, and just because it is good for the soul to know, Uncommon Goods is a B Corporation, which means they meet rigorous standards of wage levels, environmental impact and giving back to the community. Uncommon Goods has a Vendor Code of Conduct and is not afraid to state causes they believe in: Wildlands for Wildlife, Addressing the DNA Rape Kit Backlog and Paid Family Leave.

Besides sharing great products and gift ideas, they are a company I can respect and know that my dollars are going a bit farther than just a gift purchase.

I hope you give them a look during your gift giving this season.

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