There hasn't been a holiday for which she couldn't plan the perfect party. And, showers--bridal or baby--she's ready with cute games and an even cuter cake. She is the Eternal Hostess. This holiday season, show her that you appreciate her hospitality with one of these handsome housewares that she'll be proud to display at her next shindig
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.
Vegetables, fruits, painters, photographers and collagists in all media: I’m truly thankful for the talents and imaginations of all the beings, past, present, and future, who’ve created the art I love, the food I love, the art about food I love, and the art made from food I love.
One of the heartbreaks of adult life is not being able to go trick-or-treating. Sure, you can go door to door on Halloween night, but only with children, and you have to let them have all the candy. Boo! One of the joys of adult life, on the other hand, is art. Fine art, crafts, paintings, photos, street art, whatever. It's all good. And it's especially sweet when it's art about...CANDY!
Do you look to your favorite pinner when it's time to make dinner? Are you always hungry to share your love for your city or state? Then our latest Pinterest contest is for you. We're combining fabulous food and hometown pride in the UncommonGoods Cooking Local Contest. Cook up your best board and leave a link in the comments below and/or on the original pin in our Cooking Local board and you’ll be entered to win an UncommonGoods prize package featuring designs from CatStudio.
Hello! My name is Melissa and I am a new buyer over here at UncommonGoods. I look for product for a number of categories, including and especially games and toys. Obviously, for these types of items, the question “is it fun?” comes up every time in our decision-making process. The thing about games is that the ideal way to determine how fun a game is going to be is not in reading instructions and checking it out alone at my desk at work – but rather with friends at home. Shocking and insightful observation, I know.