Father’s Day is less than a week away. Even so, there’s still plenty of time to let Dad know how much you appreciate him. Here are a few simple gift ideas that will let him know he’s #1 in your book.
7 Last-Minute Gifts for Father’s Day:
Write Dad a Letter
If words of encouragement are Dad’s love language, let your kiddos fill out a few of our Father’s Day printables. If they’re too young to write, you can have them dictate their letters or maybe just color in a special Father’s Day picture you can download here for free.
Make Dad a Craft
From mugs to magnets to mason jars, it’s hard to beat the charm of a homemade gift. Dad deserves the care your kids will put into crafting something special for him. Need inspiration? Check out all the cute ideas on my Father’s Day Pinterest Board:
Give Dad Some Candy
The advantage of giving Dad a consumable gift is that it won’t take up any shelf space — at least, not for long. My husband has always had a huge sweet tooth, so we usually do most of our shopping for him on the candy aisle. Bonus: You’ll find lots of clever ways to wrap Dad’s treats on that “Make Father’s Day” board above.
Give Dad Some Coupons
Here’s a last-minute Father’s Day gift Dad will be sure enjoy for weeks to come. This coupon book is sure to put a smile on any father’s face. He can redeem them for a free hug, home cooked meal, car wash, cup of coffee, and a number of other goods and services. We even included several blank coupons for you to customize.
Make Dad a Meal
Figure out what Dad loves to eat and recruit help from your mom and/or siblings in helping prepare it. Will it be breakfast in bed? A spaghetti dinner? His favorite dessert?
Print Dad a Favorite Snapshot
From now until June 17th (2018), you can order a free 8×10 Photo Print from Walgreens. Simply upload your photo file onto the Walgreen’s photo site, choose the 8×10 size, select in-store pickup and use the coupon code PRINTDAD at check-out.
Let Dad Know Where He Stands
I’ve collected Precious Moments figurines for years, so when they offered me one of their Father’s Day editions in exchange for a blog review, I jumped at the opportunity. I just ordered this little “#1 Dad” figurine this morning and am hoping it will arrive in time to give it to my husband on Sunday.
Whether you buy a ready-made gift or emblazon “numero uno” on a mug or T-shirt, don’t miss your chance to let Dad know he’s tops!