Hi there! I hope you’re having a wonderful weekend! It hit me yesterday that Father’s Day is 2 weeks away! My dad (like many other dads, I’m sure) is so hard to buy for! As soon as Christmas is over, I’m already starting to brainstorm Father’s Day gift ideas for him, and once Father’s Day is over, I’ll switch gears to trying to brainstorm for his birthday! The tradition that we carry on every Father’s Day is watching The U.S. Open golf tournament, a dinner of grilled Filet, baked potatoes and salad. I could honestly care less about golf, but there’s no where else I would want to be on Father’s Day than watching this particular tournament with my dad. Traditions, to me, are the most important part of any holiday, Father’s Day included.
I am still unsure of what I’ll get for my dad, but in the meantime I’ve come across some great ideas that might be perfect for your dad, hubby, grandfather, or any other Father on your gift list!
The Story of Me and My Dad is like a journal to chronicle how special dad is to you.This beautiful journal enables you to show your Dad how special he is to you. With interesting and entertaining charts and graphs you can rate your dad’s capabilities and perhaps, in some cases, incapabilities. 😉 You can write him a letter, stick in your favorite–or most incriminating–photos, and a there’s a pocket inside the front cover for mementos that can’t be stored.
Personalized Wood Reasons Why I Love Grandpa frame is fully customizable, so can be personalized for dad too.
Dad Photo Collage Cell Phone Case is a cute way for dad to keep his kids close at all times.
For the Sports Enthusiast
Personalized Portable Padded Bleacher Seat because bleacher stands are just not comfortable. For anyone.
Personalized Best Dad Ever Golf Ball Set is a fun way for dad to feel remind him how great he is, off and on the course.
Personalized Sports Ticket Stub Scrapbook is a great way to keep the memories of all of his favorite sporting events in one place to reminisce upon.
Personalized Fishing Lure brings the kids along for a long solo day of fishing.
A Grill Cover adorned with his favorite team’s logo.
Suede King of the Grill Personalized Mitt anything King of _ is probably a good bet.
BBQ Sauce of the Month Club Every month?! 2 new flavors a of BBQ sauce delivered to his door?! Yup.
Personalized BBQ Cutting Board with each kid’s birthdate (his “established” dates as a Dad).
Gifts That Keep on Giving
Who doesn’t love getting something fun in the mail? With the days of snail mail all but obsolete, getting the mail has turned into a necessary task to gather the monthly bills, and maybe an occasional fun catalog or magazine. These gift options will be a surprise all of over again when they arrive monthly for 3 months, 6 months, or even a year.
Great American Beer of the Club will send him a 12-pack of unique craft beers in 4 different styles.
Bespoke Post is a finely curated box of goodies that arrive monthly such as shaving sundries, ties, coffee presses, cigar cutters, and many other products which can be customized for each recipient!
A Bulu Box is a perfect gift for the health conscious dad or workout nut. Contents could be anything from vitamins, to protein shakes, to mineral-infused coffee boosters.
If he loves bacon, gift him a subscription to the Bacon Freak Bacon of the Month Club. This club’s tagline is “Bacon is meat candy”. Each month’s subscription will contain 2 packages of different kinds of gourmet bacon. I had no idea that there were so many varieties of bacon like Jalepeño, Bourbon, Honey, or Maple.
For His Man Cave
This fun Magnetic Bottle Opener is an awesome DIY idea from Rogue Engineer for Dad to pop the tops off of his monthly beer selections.
These Personalized NBA Coasters are available for all NBA teams (not just my Cavs).
This Oversized Beer Mug has a nice big handle for him to clutch while he watches TV or plays games in his man cave; and kept in the freezer will keep his brew or other icy beverage cold.
No room for 5 table games in his man cave? This excellent 5-in-1 Sports Center Tabletop Game solves that dilemma by converting to 5 different games.
On a personal note, my best friend lost her Dad 6 months ago. If you are blessed enough to still have your Dad, enjoy him, near or far, and have a wonderful Father’s Day. I certainly will enjoy and appreciate mine! xo