Zack masters the art of Frogger with a MaKey MaKey Kit.
Getting the opportunity to try uncommon products is one of the great things about working at UncommonGoods. While many of these product-testing experiments become gift labs, every now and then we find a new good with so many uses we can't fit them all in one "report." The Woolfiller Sweater Mending Kit is an example of just such a product, AND, since associate buyer Katie and community moderator Cassie both had their eyes on this winter must-have, we decided to diverge from the traditional gift lab format and see just how many uses we could come up with for this clever kit. Four are outlined below, but Cassie and Katie agree that the fun doesn't have to stop there!
She knows her way around the craft store and will try any slow cooker recipe at least once. She's quick to reuse scraps of fabric, empty mason jars, and even old cardboard boxes. Thanks to Pinterest, all her DIY dreams are just a click away. But, even the most persistent pinner needs a break during the holiday season. Help her take a load off by presenting her with one of these pinworthy products perfect for the Pinterest Addict.
Jackie and her daughter, Tea, put the DIY Lip Balm kit to the test and their results... THE BALM!
I had a bunch of leftover cooked jasmine rice in the fridge and a new UncommonGoods gadget I wanted to try, the Garlic Rocker. So I did the math and came up with Garlic + Rice = Garlic Rice. Clever, eh?
Paper tassels garlands are so popular now. And rightly so - they add the perfect pop of color and whimsy to any room or party space. And they're fairly easy to make... with a small team of craft friends you can get through a couple yards of garland.