Have you started Fathers Day shopping? I will admit, I have not. Things have been so insane with work and end of year school activities, the time just seems to be flying by. I have to get focused. I booked a celebratory brunch at Eagle Oaks for the whole family yesterday..so we are eating…now I just need to find the perfect gift. Truth is, my husband is low maintenance and when it comes to things like golf clubs or shoes, I wouldn’t even dare to try to pick something out for him. I want something unique…something he would never get for himself.
I was asked by Uncommon Goods to review their site. So a few weeks ago I ordered this amazing one of a kind blanket that I will be including (in the most unique way) in the boys playroom overhaul next month. I was taken by the unique and uncommon selection of home goods, beautiful jewelry, these gorgeous items, outdoor decor, items with a personal touch...and the list goes on! You can refine your search by recycled, handmade or made is USA. Truly items you can feel great about purchasing. You can also read the details of the “maker” of the product…where they graduated from, details of their design inspiration etc…..feeling connected to the product you are buying. There isn’t one thing I do not like about this site…infact, I can’t imagine purchasing gifts for special people anywhere else moving forward! You simply must visit the site HERE. It just seemed SO fitting for a Fathers Day feature. Happy Shopping:)
My Life Story: This personal journal is such a thoughtful gift. It is sure to be a family treasure for generations to come. $28
Self Chilling Pint Glass: Nothing worse than warm beer, no? Problem of the past with this contraption. $50 (set of 2)
Golfers BBQ Set: Adorable play on the game! I am considering this for Jay as a fun add on gift. Perfect summertime gift. $28
Vintage Shoe Form Bookends: What an awesome addition to an office, study or library. They are so freaking cool! $195
As you know, I only share it if I love it. I was given product for review purposes but all opinions are 100 percent mine.