Valentine's gift ideas for the foodie in your life, why not change things up this year. Instead of flowers and chocolates, give things that will last, from kitchen utensils to home and garden ideas. How about personalized gifts. Nothing says love better than a well thought out present!
[This post is sponsored by Uncommon Goods. We have been compensated but all opinions are our own.]
Valentine's gift ideas for the foodie in your life. A way to show someone you love, that you respect them for who they are, and celebrate their passions!
Valentine's gift ideas always involve the mass-produced, normal average chocolates, stuffed animals, roses, etc. This year I am going to do things differently and having come upon a site that offers great gift ideas for any occasion has opened up my gift giving world in a most creative way. Thanks to Uncommon Goods.
I wanted to share a little bit about this company Uncommon Goods. We talk about being Green in our ways but this company strives to do more as they move into the future, from being Sustainable not only in goods but also in the way they treat their employees and customers, with dignity and respect. They are dedicated to offering creative and unique merchandise that is made of recycled materials and made in a socially and environmentally friendly manner. Not hurting people and any animal is of utmost importance, and working with artists and small manufacturers with these beliefs puts out a product that not only says environmentally friendly but exudes that in a very creative way. Uncommon Goods has a catalog, but they try not to print too many and only use FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified forests (which harvest only in sustainable practices) for paper. They also use recycled paper. They are a founding member of B Corporation, an organization built to help their customers understand better how their purchases affect the world socially and environmentally, and to belong your company would have to meet criteria from living wage, impact on the environment, to giving back to the community. The founder Dave Bolotsky is dedicated to building this company with these beliefs at the forefront and I believe he has a recipe for great success, after all, you get what you give. If I would sum up Uncommon Goods in one word I would say Sustainability, and I absolutely appreciate a company that puts this kind of effort, time, and economics, in a very tough, competitive market.
Now back to the business of gift giving!
We have chosen six items that we truly would love to have in our kitchen and home. Products that are both useful and unique.
I give you: Valentine's gift ideas for the foodie in your life!
Personalized Venn Diagram Cutting Board
Reclaimed Wine Barrel Serving Tray
Reclaimed Wood Cookbook Stand
Mason Jar Indoor Herb Garden
Check out this and other unique gift ideas in Home & Garden.
Soapstone Pizza Pan with Copper Handle
You can find these and more ideas in Kitchen Utensils.
Himalayan Salt BBQ Plank
Visit Uncommon Goods for more fun entertaining gifts.
These are but a few items from a plethora of amazing and creative products that are offered and ever increasing at Uncommon Goods. One of the things that really stayed with me was that when you went to each unique item, there was a story of the product, its materials, the artist, and demographics. This made it very personal to me, like being invited in and left me with a harmonious feeling of warmth. This company is closing the boundaries between culture, and global vastness. Bringing us handmade artisan goods that today still stand the test of times. If you are looking for Valentine's gift idea for the foodie in your life, or for any gift-giving occasion, including gifts for oneself, check out all the wonderful items at Uncommon Goods, I am sure you won't be disappointed!
Happy Valentine's Day from SugarLoveSpices!
All photos, (other than the first one, the hanging flower basket, which is ours) are used with permission by Uncommon Goods.
We have been compensated by Uncommon Goods but all opinions are our own.
When I am not cooking, I enjoy playing musical instruments, singing, writing. I have learned over the years to live in gratitude and enjoy the moment.