Positivity is contagious. Sharing a kind word, a thank you note, or even a smile can start a chain reaction. With this in mind, Amy Humes created her Positive Message Graphics, reusable stickers that lead you spread happiness, inspiration, peace, and the power within. We love Amy's idea so much, we decided to take her message to the web. Feel free to pin, tweet, like, and share these encouraging buttons as reminders that optimism really is viral.
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.
A great portfolio is a must-have in the visual world of design, but what's the best way to build an eye-catching image collection? Ceramicist Tasha McKelvey captured our judges' attention and won our first Ceramics Design Challenge with her uncommon piece. Here's her advice on creating content to get the attention of art show judges, buyers like ours, and others in the art world.
Choosing new merchandise to feature on our website and in our catalog is definitely a lot of fun, but it isn't always easy! Luckily, we have a community of design-savvy voters eager to help us out. Each week we add a fresh batch of potential products to our community voting app and watch as voters tell us what makes something unique, useful, and attractive enough to be considered an uncommon good.
Someone very important to me is getting married. Weddings are a big deal, and I'm thrilled, but I'm also a bit overwhelmed. Why am I overwhelmed when it isn't my wedding? Because I'm now tasked with finding the PERFECT wedding gift. Finding that gift that says it all shouldn't be that hard, right? After all, I have known the guy his whole life. So before I get into the details of my quest to find that best-wedding-gift-ever gift, here's a little background info...