Uncommon Goods has a huge selection of cool gifts for all of the awesome people in your life. I always have a hard time finding gifts for the men in my my life...the kiddos and women are easy peasy, but for some reason the men aren't so easy to shop for. Then I found Uncommon Goods. They have a ton of great gift ideas for men. Something you might want to check out the next time you're looking for a unique gift for one of the men in your life. I mean what guy wouldn't want to rock this paper deer head on the wall in his man cave?! Seriously, the wide selection of sweet gift ideas is pretty impressive and definitely worth a look:)
Here are a few other fun items we found at Uncommon Goods:
On The Rocks
"Skip the ice; Serve your drinks on the rocks.
These innovative soapstone cubes were designed by Andrew Hellman, a big fan of single malt scotch, who wanted to chill his spirits without diluting them. After much research, he came up with the idea of using natural soapstone to chill drinks due to its softness (won't scratch the glass) and its unique ability to retain temperature for extended periods of time."
These actually work! B uses them in his favorite scotch and says they are great:)
From Head to Tail
"Corn on the cob is all dressed up with nowhere to go but on a plate of yummy barbecue. At last, a favorite cookout food finds the perfect holder. The cute piggies aren't a statement on your table manners, but a clever way to keep fingers clean, while the original weenie dog finds itself in a familiar shape nestled next to a hot dog. Dishwasher safe with stainless steel prongs, these fun holders will soon become a backyard party staple."
The kids love to use these holders to make "corn dogs" :) They really do make eating corn on the cob easier and more fun.
Bag Lady-"Winner of the 2005 Pratt Product Design Competition, this clever trash can allows you to store and reuse the plastic bags that you collect from shopping in a neat, organized way. Simply loop trash bags around the cut-out sides and push them all the way down, creating a visual of stacked handles all along the side. When you are ready to use one, just move it up to the handles and hook so that it won't fall in on itself. Made in the USA."