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There are so many reasons why I love this piece created by Satchel & Sage for Uncommon Goods, one of my favorite places to get wall art! They have such an eclectic mix of art using all different this one that is screenprinted wood:


Seriously cute, right?! I love the positive message of surrounding yourself with love, and if there is one place I want love to flourish is our home.

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Ever since I hung it up I can't stop looking at it as I pass it by. It not only reminds me of all the fun I had screen printing on wood way back when, but it is just so me! I love the natural look of the wood and the clean design of the really just makes our house feel even more a part of our home. See more items for your home HERE.

Now Uncommon Good carries a whole lot more then just art. It's also a great place to shop for those hard to shop for people. You know, the ones how have everything, or are just plain picky. If I didn't love the scent of this candle so much I'd give it to one of my fellow book lovers with a gift card for a new book! 

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Speaking of gift giving, stay tuned because I am going to be whipping up some handmade gifts this Christmas! Let's be friends on social media so you can get a sneak peek at what I'm up to before I even blog about it! 


Uncommon Goods was nice enough to send me some products to spice up my home this fall, so thank you to them for that. But, truth be told, I've loved Uncommon Goods for home decor and gift giving long before they showed my home or online home any love. They endeavor to feature unique designs and handcrafted gifts created in harmony with the environment and without harm to animals or people. They run all of their operations out of the historic Brooklyn Army Terminal, including their warehouse where the lowest-paid seasonal worker starts at 50% above the minimum wage. They make it their mission to support and provide a platform for artists and designers; in fact, half of what they sell is made by hand. Most of the products they carry are created right here in the USA, and about one-third of their entire collection incorporates recycled and/or upcycled materials. At the core of our company is a great respect for the integrity of the creative individual and the belief that it is their responsibility to use our business to impact the world in a positive way.  -It's no wonder I love them.  :)


Disclosure: Erin  has received  products from Uncommon Goods to evaluate. However, the opinions expressed are entirely her own and based on her use of the products.