Fathers Day is only 2 weeks away and if you haven’t thought of something to get that man you call dad it’s about time you started putting your mind to it. Events like this can creep up on you, but with a little preparation you can make this day more special with a some personal hand made gifts or simple presents that will assist his current hobbies.
Those of you struggling for ideas on what to get will be happy to see that this week is dedicated to helping you come up with ideas for father’s day. Whether your dad is an easy or difficult man to buy for, there are examples here today that are suited to all types of dads, be it comical or serious. Additionally, if there is anything you would like to share, please use the comments section at the bottom of the article.
DIY Fathers Day Gifts
Those younger children who feel a little creative and would like to make something personal for dad will be happy to see some original ideas here. Whether it’s making a coffee mug for him to have in the office or a slightly different form of storing his snacks, here are some original ideas you could use to give him something made with the heart.
[Source: Karina Garcia]
Fathers Day Tech
Those of you who’s father loves new technology might be looking for the ideal tech gift to give him. There are plenty of options out there depending on what his hobbies are, but if you would like to save some money at the same time, certainly check out our deals board for discounted items in the run up to the big day because we will be posting plenty as we approach fathers day.
Fathers Day Recipes
If you plan on having a day at home with your dad and think it would be a nice idea to cook for him then here are some good ideas on how you can make the day that extra special. All of the recipes within this video have been prepared with a dad in mind so expect BBQ sauces, meat and of course bacon.
[Source: Stacie Billis]
If your dad is a big fan of fishing and you want to bond with him more over his favourite hobby then here are a few ideas that will help you look like a rock star lakeside. Of course if you can’t stand the idea of fishing, then use some of the tips in the video below to create gifts that will improve his experience both in the water and with his fishing friends.
Fathers Day Golf Gifts
Whether your dad plays golf occasionally or is a die hard fan of the game, it’s always a nice gesture to get him something that will make his day less stressful when he’s out on the course, no matter how good he is. Here are a variety of high tech golf gifts that you can get him to help improve his game or experience with the course.
[Source: Green Golf Partners]