Until a few weeks back one of my best friends lived next door, now she has moved to California for a year and it still feels weird. I won’t get to see her on Christmas, or NYE, not even on my birthday and she won’t even be back by the time it’s her birthday. That is a LOT of gifts.

It got me thinking, why not send her gifts? UncommonGoods is perfect if, just like me, you struggle a lot with finding the right gift for your bff. It will make your life so much easier! Don’t worry about your budget, they have a wide range of prices, so I’m sure you will be able to find something. They really do have everything:


From a ground coffee blend, to zodiac babysuits to your own cheese-making kit.


UncommonGoods have such quirky, creative and beautiful products, may of them made from recycled or organic products. So that is a big plus point: you’ll feel great buying from them, because they are committed to sustainability and social responsibility. You are not just picking out the perfect gift for your bff , you are also saving the planet, I mean, all the small things help right?

But let’s dive straight in with the gifts, I will show you a few of my favourite finds.


My Life Story Journal & Shattered Glass Ceiling Necklace. Find more gifts like these here.



Personalised Morse Code Bracelet & Maps of Our Hearts. You can find more unique personalised gifts on this page.


Pineapple necklace & Mason Jar Indoor Herb Garden. Looking for more birthday gifts? Click here.


I hope you found this post helpful. Happy shopping and let me know in the comments below what some of your favourite items from UncommonGoods are!

Love, Larice

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11 thoughts on “The art of gift-giving: a bff gift guide”

  1. That cheese making kit is one of those things you never knew you needed but then you see it and you’re like: I NEED THAT IN MY LIFE! That one is just hilarious XD
    I love the Map of our hearts thing, I’d totally put that on a wall if I had my own place.

    x Envy

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