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This year just seems to be flying by. It only feels like last week I was sitting down to write my UK Mother’s Day Gift Guide in March. With Father’s Day just around the corner, I thought I’d better create my gift guide now. Hopefully, it will give you enough time to place any orders. Without further ado, lets crack on with my Father’s Day Gift Guide.
FixIts are perfect for the DIY-loving dads out there. They can be used for a variety of tasks to help fix and renew items. Simply add to boiling water to change for rigid to flexible, a bit like a gum shield. They are a great eco-friendly alternative to glues or simply just throwing items away. FixIts can also be used to make fun items such as novelty spoon handles or game pieces. They can be bought individually, in packs of three and packs of eight, depending on your needs. For more information, check out the FixIts website.
Does your dad enjoy reading but you never know which books to buy him? This could be the perfect gift for him. Book Therapy have created a personalised book box, which comes with three hand picked books and a £10 gift card to be used on the Book Therapy website. After answering a few questions via email regarding reading preferences and reading habits, your personalised box will be created.
For dads that love whipping up a storm in the kitchen, The Food Obsessions is the one. Owned by two chefs, they have created a range of high quality kitchen tools. As well as being practical, they are also stylish too. You can check out the full range on their website, but particular favourites of mine are the spatula and spoons.
If your dad is like mine and enjoys a good drink or two, I’ve got some lovely gift ideas straight from the School Of Booze. First up is two books written by drinks expert Jane Peyton. They are both entertaining whilst still having a historical nature to them. You can choose from either The Philosophy Of Beer or The Philosophy Of Gin, or even treat your dad to both! You can pick up your signed copy of either book here.
Another notable book written by Jane is Drink: A Tippler’s Miscellany. This book contains everything you have ever wanted to know about drink, from how to make absinthe to the cultural history of zythos (beer). Packed with fascinating miscellany and curious facts to entertain your friends at the pub, this book is an essential compendium of knowledge about booze. You can pick up your signed copy of Drink: A Tippler’s Miscellany here.
School Of Booze also offer online courses which you could gift your dad. It would allow them to become the drinks expert they always wanted to be. Choose from either Foundation, Intermediate, and Advanced levels. Each course provides a concise and easy-to-learn essential knowledge in audio and written formats. Because it is downloadable, you can complete the course at your own pace, which is perfect for busy dads. For more information on the courses available, click here.
That brings me to the end of my Father’s Day Gift Guide. I hope you have found some inspiration in the suggestions I’ve made. Whatever you decide to buy or do, I’m sure your dad will appreciate it. I will link a few blog posts below that I’ve previously written, with some more gift ideas.