With Mother's Day being this past weekend, it now might be a good time to start thinking about Father's Day. Undoubtedly, your dad is one of the most important men in your life. Whether you have his blood running through your veins or not, it is important to celebrate him and remind him just how important he is to you. A little stuck on what to give him? Here are a few non-cheesy ideas:
Kinkajou Bottle Cutter
If your dad is on the craftier side, the Kinkajou Bottle Cutter is a fantastic option. This roller-clamp device allows him to score all over the bottle, pour water on, and easily create whatever sort of bottle design he wants.
Hammock Does your dad love to be outdoors? These ENO SingleNest hammocks are comfortable and easy to use - plus they are affordable! Dad will be able to pack up his stuff and get moving quickly, whether he is using his hammock on a hike or just to go into the yard to get some peace and quiet.
Wooden Card Cases
In today's world, we don't really take pleasure in the simple things, like playing cards with our dads. From 500 Rummy to Texas Hold 'Em, card games have always been a way to connect and spend time with our dads. Our wood card cases will keep those cards unmarked and in pristine conditions. Wooden card cases like these from Heartwood have intricate patterns on the them so they look great sitting out anywhere -- and anytime your dad sees it, he will think of you.
Most dads have a ride or die team that they would literally go crazy without. If you are looking for a way to splurge, grab some tickets for the two of you to check out a game. Try to get the best tickets you can afford, because your dad deserves it. Set aside some money to get him all of the hot dogs and beer that he can stomach and to buy him a great souvenir. It is a moment you both will cherish for years to come.
Personalized Bobble Head
Have a dad that loves to laugh? Grab him a personalized bobblehead this year. There are plenty of services online that will make them for you, and some of them look scarily accurate. Turn him into a superhero, a caricature, or even just keep him as himself.