Father’s Day Gift Guide

Father’s Day Gift Guide

Coupons

A great way to show your dad how much you care is to make some Father’s Day coupons. The coupons can be used for any activities dad would appreciate - like making a breakfast or cleaning the car. This gift is a great way to show you’ve taken an interest in some of the activities he likes or initiative in doing the chores he doesn’t like so much.

Baking

Whipping up a tasty treat is a great way to show dad he’s loved; not only is this individual to him it also lets him know you’re thinking of him. If you’re not very skilled in the kitchen then simple recipes such as cupcakes could be made or try something adventurous if you have the ability.

Questionnaire 

This gift idea works especially well if you have young children.  Create a questionnaire based around dad and his interactions with the family, if everyone gets the questions correct it can really show him how well you know him.  On the other hand if some of the answers aren’t right they can still can be sweet and interesting to read – especially if they’re from little kids.

Playlist

Whatever way dad listens to music, why not put together a list of songs that you feel represent your time spent with him or that he likes. These can be enjoyed in many different ways whether he’s at the gym, heading to work or listening for fun.

Arts & Crafts

DIY activities often make great custom presents - like mugs, pictures or accessories. You can also make great cards this way to accompany your gift! Why not continue the arts and crafts throughout father’s day and involve dad in making special pieces of art together.

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Representative Example:

£200 loan repayable over 20 weeks at £15.00 per week, Rate of interest 50% fixed; Representative 756.5% APR, Total Amount Payable is £300.