A few days ago I wondered if my timing for this month’s gift guide post is a bit poor considering Valentine’s Day just came and went, but then I realized that there are still a million other birthdays and events happening all the time for the people we love. If you’re on the lookout for the perfect gift for someone specific in the near future, I hope this round-up from UncommonGoods.com (<—-such a fun website!) helps you put a check mark in that “buy a gift for _____” box. 🙂
Here are 20 fun gift ideas that can each by scooped up for less than $50.
Scratch Map Deluxe | Scratch-Off Wall Maps: My sister gifted my brother-in-law something similar to this a couple of Christmases ago, and it was really fun to watch him sit at the kitchen table and scratch off all of the countries he’s visited. ($32)
Bluetooth Tracking Tag: If your loved one is notorious for losing his/her keys or another item, this would be a hilarious but super functional gift. ($40)
F Bomb Paperweight: Ha! For your co-worker or friend who’s known for having a potty mouth. ($45)
Kid Quotes Memory Book: Ah, we need this for Hadley. We are laughing our heads off constantly at what comes out of her three-year-old mouth. ($30)
You Are Beautiful Earring Bowl: Love this way of displaying and organizing earrings. So pretty. ($48)
Japan Inspired Travel Laundry Bag: So clever. I can see anyone who travels frequently loving this. ($10)
Caterpillar Bud Vase: What a gorgeous conversation piece for a coffee table or dining table. Love this! Add some store-bought flowers, and this would be a great alternative to having flowers delivered. ($20 or $38)
Play and Go Storage Mat: A thoughtful, funny gift for a parent who you know is overwhelmed by toy clutter! ($38)
Color Wheel Pendant: For your favorite artist. ($34)
The Holiday Journey: I’ve talked before about how much I adore our family Christmas journal that we fill out each year. This one is even better because it includes Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and general celebrations. Such a great price too! ($20)
Customizable What Big Sister Does Best Book: This would be a sweet gift to give a kid who has a sibling on the way. It’s written by the same author who wrote one of our personal favorite children’s books If You Give a Mouse a Cookie. ($35)
USA Jumbo Coloring Poster: This would keep an older kid entertained for hours! ($29.95)
Wooden Cheese Picks: For the hostess with the mostest. ($35)
Boston Marathon Map: A thoughtful and beautiful gift for a loved one who has run the Boston Marathon or has their sights set on it. ($28)
Library Mug Card: For your friend whose favorite place is the library. ($12)
Apple Tree To Be Kit: Would make such a nice house-warming gift. ($22)
Construction Plate & Utensils: I know a certain little three-year-old boy who would love this! ($14.50-$17.50)
Growing Belly Tea Towel: Such an adorable gift for your expecting loved one! ($16)
Boat Shoes Baby Socks: Every baby boy needs these! Dying of cuteness. ($25)
Make Your Own Chocolate Truffles Kit: For your favorite chocolate lover! ($34.95)
- Fun gift ideas for groomsmen
- A ton of gift ideas for bridesmaids
- Never too early to start thinking about gifts for graduation
Who are you shopping for this month or next? What’s the occasion? We have a few loves ones’ birthdays next month, so I’m on the hunt for their gifts. 🙂
Thank you UncommonGoods.com for sponsoring this month’s gift guide!
A few things I learned about UncommonGoods while working with them that I truly love:
- They believe in treating all people with dignity and respect, offering health insurance benefits to all full-time and most part-time employees, as well as fair wages for all.
- They created the Better to Give Program in 2001, which allows you to select a non-profit organization to receive a $1 donation from us at checkout. UncommonGoods has donated over $1,000,000 since they created this program.