Grab a Gift! { Father’s Day Ideas }

by Claire Minnaar


Can you believe it’s nearly Father’s Day? This year has literally flown by, so if this big family day has caught you somewhat off-guard, fret not – there might not be time to make a gift, but here are a couple of ideas that are quick to shop for and that every dad will love:

  • Turn a bottle of his favourite wine into a stunning Father’s Day memento by branding it with a personalised wine label.
  • Choose one of your favourite family pictures and turn it into a wide format canvas, acrylic piece or glossy prints.
  • If he’s renowned for his green fingers and love of nature, surprise Dad with a Gift Tree which he can plant in the garden as a sustainable reminder of this special day.
  • Why put your words in a greeting card when you can express it on a mug? Love Milo makes the most fantastic Message Mugs which is ideal for telling Dad just how much he means to you.
  • For dads who already seemingly have everything, a beautifully framed quote, phrase, name or word is guaranteed to hit the nail on the head.
  • Spoil your sweet tooth dad with a selection of decadent chocolate truffles! I’m especially loving Honest Chocolate’s selection of fair trade goodies at the moment – it’s so delicious, you honestly have to try it!
  • Real men love meat! South African men on the other hand, especially love biltong – so spoil him with something like a biltong maker or a precision slicer.
  • If the man in the house is quite the coffee lover, consider spoiling him with luxurious coffee beans or a trendy Cheeki travel mug to take on the road to work.
  • Then again, if you’re really strapped for ideas, there’s always the gift voucher route! Be sure to check out The Cook Box if Dad/Hubby’s the type for strapping on the apron.

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