Born with fervent curiosity, the Tiny Scientist is determined to figure out the workings of the world. We hypothesize that one of these gifts will be a periodically enjoyed element in their collection.
The Earth Mama is a special lady. She's in touch with her surroundings. She's down with nature--whether it's the wind, grass, and trees encapsulating her country hideaway, or the energy of the bustling city streets and other people, all sharing the planet and working with one another. She's been called a hippie, a new ager, a granola girl, and a bohemian. But she doesn't mind, because she dances to the beat of her own music and knows that her tune is just one song on the universe's eternal playlist. So what do you gift someone with such deep love for the sublunary world? One of the organic, handmade, responsibly-created goods on this list could be the perfect uncommon gift for an unconventional gal.
Some cyclists consider themselves two-wheel commuters. They’d rather hop on a bike to get to work than worry about getting stuck in traffic or dealing with packed public transportation. Others do it for sport, because a ride is great exercise and a race is a thrill. Of course there’s also the hobbyist. The velophile who gets a kick out of building, maintaining, and spending time with their prized bicycle. Some well-rounded tandem travelers are all of the above. Whether the bike lover in your life is a weekend rider or a full-time pedal aficionado, they’ll love the chance to give one of these uncommon gifts for cyclists a spin.
When they look at each other, they still get butterflies. And when you look at them, you know they're in it for the long haul. You catch them holding hands and stealing kisses. They finish each other's sentences. You couldn't be happier for them, and you can't imagine either of them with anyone else. So, how do you tell the perfect couple you're happy they found one another? With the perfect gift. Here are a few that those love birds are sure to love.
See how some of our favorite UncommonGoods artists are preparing for the rigorous demands of the holiday gifting season.