In my quest for birthday gifts that show love with imagination and originality, I often turn to UncommonGoods. If you are not yet familiar with UncommonGoods, this website and catalog curates unique jewelry, designer décor, tabletop items and handcrafted gifts for all ages. Their selection is perfect for birthdays for gift needs that have you stumped, or times when you want to show you care without necessarily spending a ton.
The folks at UncommonGoods reached out to me to see if I wanted an item for a review and I had to tell them that by my Visa balance I was already a believer.
But there was one item that I and my fellow swim team volunteer parents had our eye on: The Sea Serpent Garden Sculpture. You see, the sea serpent is the mascot of my kids’ summer swim team. Unlike dolphins, sharks or other traditional swim mascots, the sea serpent is a tough item to locate for outdoor spirit decorations.
This three piece lawn sculpture just feels like summer, has whimsy but also artistry. It is a truly “uncommon good.”
The shipping and customer service at UncommonGoods are on point. The birthday gift selections are especially awesome, for both the hard-to-shop-for men in your life or arriving at a girlfriend’s birthday party with something memorable.
Thanks to Uncommon Goods for the serpent sculpture for the team. No other compensation received. All opinions, mine.
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