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Unique Gift Ideas From FossilEra.com

Find a unique gift idea for anyone with all these awesome fossils from FossilEra.com. They have geodes, megalodon teeth, and more!

This information is brought to you in a partnership with FossilEra.com. All opinions are my own.

It’s getting harder and harder to buy gifts for people now. You have to get creative and think of something unique that the person wouldn’t buy for themselves. 

Kids would just prefer money or gift cards so they can buy the games and toys they have on their wishlist!

I have an out-of-the-box gift idea that will be perfect for kids, teens, adults, college students, etc and you can find them all on FossilEra.com! 

I had a $100 credit to spend at FossilEra.com. I told my kids to visit their website and pick something out that they wanted. They quickly found many things they loved and it was hard for them to just pick one thing! 

They finally narrowed it down and we placed the order. 

My order arrived very quickly – which was shocking because I am in Florida and they are in Washington state. 

Please note that many of their items are unique – so they sell out of things quickly. If you see something like it- get it! 

 

Here are the things my kids ordered – because they are unique, they are sold out but you can look around and find very similar items. The link below has links to similar products – so have fun shopping for something unique!

 

Find a unique gift idea for anyone with all these awesome fossils from FossilEra.com. They have geodes, megalodon teeth, and more! 

2.4″ Bright Blue Apatite Sphere – From Madagascar – My 16-year-old son picked this one out and he thinks it’s really cool! 

This is a beautiful, blue polished stone sphere made from blue apatite, collected from Madagascar. Apatite is not a single mineral but a group of phosphate-based minerals that includes hydroxylapatite, fluorapatite, and chlorapatite.

Fluorapatite is by far the most common variety and can be found as both hexagonal crystals in many colors and massive forms.

 

 

 

Unusual, 3.4″ Las Choyas “Coconut” Geode with Quartz Crystals From Mexico

 

 

Find a unique gift idea for anyone with all these awesome fossils from FossilEra.com. They have geodes, megalodon teeth, and more!

 

 

 My 11-year-old daughter was thrilled to own her own Geode!

This geode is filled with agate and unusual quartz crystal formations, and has been cut in half and polished to a glossy finish.  

 

 

Las Choyas geodes, often referred to as coconut geodes are mined from 100 to 200 feet below the surface near Chihuahua, Mexico. Shafts are drilled down to the geode bearing white clay, and then tunnels are dug horizontally to extract the geodes.

 

Find a unique gift idea for anyone with all these awesome fossils from FossilEra.com. They have geodes, megalodon teeth, and more!

 

Do you have someone that likes to collect shark teeth? They have a ton of shark teeth and many other fossils available for you to start or grow a collection.  My 13-year-old son ordered this Serrated, 2.78″ Juvenile Megalodon Tooth from South Carolina!

They really loved everything they got and now I have some ideas for future gift ideas! 

 

About FossilEra.com:

The fossils that they sell are real and come from trusted suppliers. They also have over a decade of experience collecting, digging, and preparing fossils so we are very adept at identifying fake and restored material.

You can read their Authenticity Guarantee for more information.

They only sell fossil material that is legally collected and can be legally sold. They guarantee the accuracy of our specimen listings and unlike many fossil dealers, they are upfront about restoration work that has been done on the material they sell.

They have shipped over 90k orders, to over 40k customers in over 100 different countries!

So head to FossilEra.com and start collecting fossils!

  
 
 
 
 

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