Gift Guide for the Host or Hostess with Uncommon Goods | Middle of Somewhere

November 30, 2016

Gift Guide for the Host or Hostess with Uncommon Goods

A big thank you to Uncommon Goods for sponsoring this post.


I don't know about you, but I am so glad it's Wednesday! The weekend will be here before we know it, and I am so excited to finally take our Christmas card photos. I hope you are having a good week so far and that you survived all of the crazy sales that have been going on this week. I may have done a little too much shopping, especially on Cyber Monday, but they were just way too good to pass up! I've actually almost finished all of my Christmas shopping, which is shocking because usually I'm the one shopping the week before Christmas aka ordering everything I possibly can through Amazon Prime! Speaking of gifts, I recently shared my holiday gift guide for her under $100, and today I'm back with another gift guide that's all about the host or hostess in your life. I love trying to find one-of-a-kind items for others, especially for the people in my life who like to entertain. I was recently introduced to Uncommon Goods, and couldn't believe how many fun and unique gift options they have available. Since the holidays are also about giving to and helping others in need, I think it's pretty spectacular that they donate money from every sale to the Better to Give program. This program helps support various non-profit organizations around the world, including RAINN and Reach Out & Read.  I also love that the company is committed to offering products that handmade, recycled, and organic. When I think of a gift for a host or hostess, my mind typically gravitates toward food or drink related items, so I rounded up a few of my favorites to share with you today. You can shop them directly from the widget or links below.





Macaron Kit - $29.99




Rose Quartz Platter - $420 (a total splurge, but is definitely one of a kind!)

State Slate Cheese Board - only $19.99!


Chilling Beer Flight - $54



What is your favorite piece from Uncommon Goods? 

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