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Award Season Isn’t Over Yet

February 28, 2011

Don’t roll up the red carpet yet. Congratulations to Colin Firth, Natalie Portman, and the casts and crews of 2010’s best movies. But awards season isn’t over.

This year UncommonGoods wants to shine a spotlight on America’s favorite gifts and gift-givers. And we need your help!

Nominate your favorite gift by liking it, or submitting a product review for an item you recently purchased.

And nominate your favorite gift-giver by telling us about him or her in the comments below. Every year we get gifts from family, friends and coworkers. And a few we remember and cherish for years to come.

You know what we’re talking about– that keepsake memento, that small gift that cheered you up when you needed it most, or the special gift that reminded you how much you’re loved. Let us know about the person who made a difference in your life, and say thank you in the best way possible.

We’ll be offering prizes for the best gift-givers of 2010, so make sure you nominate your favorite friends and family members today. And check back in a few weeks, to see the winners.

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  • Reply Judith Lundin March 1, 2011 at 9:47 am

    My husband is almost in remission with mestastic prostate cancer. We treasure each day we have so I got him the past present future watch. He loves it and it reminds us to live today in the present, what past is gone, and the future is still to be.

  • Reply Jen McNelly March 1, 2011 at 12:04 pm

    One of the best gift givers in my life is my best friend. She is an amazing photographer and gives me the gift of capturing my families and my daughters life moments for us. Her photos remind me of all the blessings in my life, including her. I could never give a better gift then what she has given me.

  • Reply ghetonda mosley-shertzer March 11, 2011 at 7:59 pm

    i love your catalog & website,,,,,but i made a vow!!!!!!!not to buy anything made in china for at least one month(march 4,2011 to april 4, 2011) ARE ALL YOUR PRODUCTS MADE IN CHINA?????????even the mittens and socks!!!
    ghetonda mosley-shertzer
    1609 pine street
    kenova, wv 25530
    304 453 2393
    304 633 9089

  • Reply julia March 16, 2011 at 5:47 pm

    Hi Ghetonda!

    We actually carry a large variety of products made in the USA, but you have to go through and browse. One way to get started is by looking at our handmade items, many of which are created by American artists, designers and craftspeople.

    These socks, for example, are knit by Marianne Wakerlin in Vermont:

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