Father’s Day is only a matter of weeks away so I thought I would put together a little list of Father’s Day gift ideas to inspire you this year, as we all know it can be really hard to buy something unique and different year in year out, especially when the man in your life insists they don’t meed or want anything.
A personalised Cushion
I absolutely love a personalised gift and think it shows that time and effort has gone in to buying it. If you’re the same then how about this cute personalised cushion that can be placed on Dad’s favourite chair, spot on the sofa, or even the bed with the simple message “reserved for Daddy” on it along with the names of the children or a message up to 30 characters. It is super comfy and is approximately a 45cm square with an A3 print on it. This cushion is available from The Gift Experience for only £14.99.
Dads always need new socks and although socks can sound a little boring designer socks are sure to make them smile. These Tommy Hilfiger ones from Mainline Menswear come in a lovely reusable presentation box and look very smart indeed. For £30 you will be able to treat Dad to 5 new pairs in 5 different colours all with the recognisable Tommy Hilfiger logo on, that’s a fresh pair for every day of the working week.
Does the father in your life have a sweet tooth, I know the one in ours definitely does. So how about treating them to some delicious Jelly Belly jelly beans, especially as they have some new super hero ones out just in time to gift to our own super heros. Or if they love sweets and wine then treat them to the sparkling wine flavour ones, just make sure they share!
For the man who has everything how about the ultimate kitchen tool, the knife sharpener. This one is by AnySharp and only costs £11.95 and claims to be the worlds best knife sharpener. it is sure to keep dad busy for a while in the kitchen as he sharpens all his tools, especially with BBQ season fast approaching.
A Tesalate Towel
These are great Father’s day gift ideas for dads that love the beach but hate the sand. The tesalate towels aren’t just normal towels they are ” a revolutionary new type of beach towel that’s large yet lightweight, super absorbent, fast drying and totally sand-free.” These towels are absolutely fantastic and you can choose from loads of different designs with something to suit everyone.
Art materials from Derwent
If your Dad is artistic and likes to draw, sketch or create beautiful lettering using calligraphy then the only shop you need to check out for his gift is Derwent. They have a wonderful selection of art products of the highest caliber from professional quality pencils to specialist lettering pencil sets and even calligraphy pen sets with dipping ink.
If you love the idea of a personalised item like I do and have a dad that loves to cook, or thinks he is king of the BBQ then how about a personalised apron. These are available from The Gift Experience and only cost £12.99. There are loads of different apron designs to choose from and you can add your own message or personalise it with the names of the children if you prefer.
Critically endangered socks
If you are thinking about treating dad to some new socks but think he is more of an environment lover than a designer lover then these are the pair for him. Critically endangered socks are made from beautifully soft and sustainable blend of bamboo and cotton and each pair hat are sold help to save critically endangered animals. Not only that but these socks are available in some very lovely colours, what’s not to love?
I hope these Father’s day gift ideas have helped you decide what to gt the dads in your life this year and of course f you have any other suggestions then feel free to pop them in the comment section below. What ever you choose to buy I hope you all have a wonderfully day.