Buy your dad a gift that’s price-less, meaning without a price, or at least very close. After all, it’s not about the money, because you can’t put a price on Dad and all of his humor, love and lessons throughout the years.
Try this sweet combo for Father’s Day this Sunday if you still find yourself without a gift or a lot of cash. Below are some ideas served up hot and fresh, or you could do the opposite and serve him up with something cold and fermented.
Father’s Day card Print Dad a collage picture that reminds him how much you appreciate him. Funny or sentimental, you decide. Or put your favorite picture on a free mug from Vistaprint.com! Who doesn’t love a good mug shot?
Free 8×10 Collage photo Print Dad a collage picture that reminds him how much you appreciate him. Funny or sentimental, you decide.
Magazine Subscription This is always my favorite last minute gift that gives back every month. I love that Magazines.com offers huge savings to start plus 28% cash back! They even offer a $5 coupon on a huge selection of magazines for dads. Another option is a year subscription for Sports Illustrated for $10 plus a free NFL tee with his favorite team!
So if you’re still stumped on what to get your dad this Father’s Day, reflect on your wonder years or growing pains (do you have any theme songs stuck in your head?) Maybe just tell him “Father, you know best” or share a story or laugh with him…
Let me reflect on some of my dad’s roles and stir up some of your own memories:
Chef: He invented eggs on the grill (don’t try it.)
Stunt Man: He broke almost every bone in his body, now nicknamed Mr. Bump.
Artist: He sleep-eats. He wakes with pie masterpieces, and other foods, in his hair.
Sideshow Performer: Tried to eat a glass ornament while asleep (but, he’s ok!)
Counselor: In all seriousness, the best listener, supporter, encourager and father.
What’s your best Dad moment you can reminisce about this Father’s Day?