Father’s Day is just about a week away. It’s a time to celebrate all things dad, from grilling to his favorite sports team and everything in between. But shopping for dad can be HARD, especially if he’s the kind of guy who already seems to have everything.
We’ve put together a guide that can help you find a gift for dad that is sure to make his day special. We’ve even included a couple of unique gifts to mix it up and help you buy for the picky ones in your life!
Make Your Own Beer Kit
Is your dad a DIY kinda guy? Does he love beer? This is the perfect gift. You can find a variety of these kits but most of them come with everything Dad needs to start his own in-home brewing company (even though he’ll probably be the only customer).
Coffee or Water Tumbler
This isn’t the most unique gift on the list but it’s one of the most practical and often a favorite. Whether your dad is on-the-go or a homebody, he’ll appreciate a large tumbler to keep his water, coffee, or preferred beverage at the right temperature.
You can find these tumblers in a variety of colors, styles, and even with his favorite sports team logo.
This is one of those things that your dad probably wants but isn’t willing to drop the money on – or he asked your mom and she told him that spending $200 on a cooler is insane. That’s what holidays are for, though, right?
If your dad is a big fan of camping, fishing, or going to kids’ sports games, having a cooler that will keep everything safe and cold is more than just a luxury. It’s critically important. A YETI or RTIC cooler would make this Father’s Day one your dad will remember for years to come.
Is your dad the chef de cuisine in your home? People who love to cook know the importance of a good, sharp knife. It can make slicing and dicing much easier and give Dad an extra boost in the kitchen. Be sure to do your research before you buy, though. He deserves the best, after all!
Picture Frame with a Picture of His Favorite Person
You, of course! Never underestimate the power of a good picture in a frame with a meaningful poem or “#1 Dad” written on it. You may feel like it’s a vain gift or something that your dad won’t truly appreciate – but most dads just want to be able to see pictures of their kids and remember all the good times.
Bonus points if the picture has him in it, too.
Happy Father’s Day from Skylight Creative
Thanks for all the dad jokes, cookouts, and words of wisdom. We hope you get exactly what you wished for this Father’s Day! If you have questions or want to learn more about Skylight Creative, give us a call at 410.879.8401 at or contact us on the website.