Hi lovelies! Let's face it, Dads are some of the most difficult people in the world to buy for and I don't know about you guys, but I find Father's Day particularly difficult, as you don't always want to spend quite as much as you might do on a big Birthday or for Christmas, but you still want to find something nice for them to show how much you appreciate them. So, whatever your budget, I thought I'd share a few ideas that I have for your Dads and Partners this Father's Day.
A Personalised Canvas could be a nice idea, particularly if your Dad is the sentimental type! I think this would be great if you're buying for your partner on behalf of your child/ baby (or Puppy in my case!!), to get a canvas of them to give to their Daddy, how cute! I love Custom Canvas Store as you can create your Canvas very specifically with measurements, ratios, thickness etc and preview it at the end to see what it would look like above a bed, or in a living room so you get a really good idea of what the sizing will look like. This means you can adjust the specs to suit your room and price range - perfect!
I wouldn't say he's a brand snob, but my Dad definitely prefers 'nicer' things and good quality over quantity, which I think can be said for a lot of men. I absolutely adore Secret Sales for luxury bargains, particularly the Outlet section, as the prices are super low and the delivery is pretty fast too.
I Want One Of Those has a Father's Day 3 for £20 offer on, which is fab for those who want to stick to a budget, but still get your Dad a few cool, unique things. A few of my faves shown above are the Half Pint glass, purely because I think it's super cool! Puzzle Man, as I got my Grandad one of these last Christmas and he absolutely loved it - I think men just enjoy working these things out! The Whiskey Rockers if he's a Whiskey lover, this Vanilla 'Hand Shit', which I love because despite appearances, most Men do like to use 'girly' products now and then, so why not get them their own hand cream which a much manlier name? How many of your Dads and Partners have referred to your Hand Cream (that they definitely borrow) as 'that hand shit you use on dry skin' before? I know mine have! Sweets because who doesn't love a retro sweet now and then? And the Hot Cookie USB Mug warmer, perfect for an office working Dad!
What do you think of my ideas? I hope this helped you in your search for the perfect Father's Day Gift!
Let me know what you'll be buying for your Dad this Father's Day!