Father’s Day is almost here! Find something extra special for the extra special man in your life with our helpful Father’s Day gift guide. The best part? These gifts won’t cost you an arm and a leg! After all, it’s all about the thought behind the gift, not the actual gift itself.
If gift-giving just completely stresses you out, you’re not alone. Instead of worrying about finding or making the perfect gift, consider hosting a special Father’s Day outing like a one-on-one picnic with his favorite snacks or a long walk around the neighborhood sans electronics. The most important part of Father’s Day is taking the time to show your dad just how much he means to you.
Thanks to Good Housekeeping for these awesome DIY Father’s Day gift ideas:
In this social world we live in, parents love to show off their family. Capture an extra special picture of the kids or take an old picture of just you and dear old dad and get it framed. He will love having that little reminder either on his desk at work or on the mantle at home.
Want to start making some more memories with dad? Jot down some fun activities you can do together on Legos and put them in a mason jar. Each weekend, have him pick out a Lego and set out to complete that memory. Once it’s finished, stack the Legos on top of each other to represent the memories “built.”
For the older generations who are 21 or older, consider taking dad on a tour of the local brewery scene. Head over to Swamp Rabbit Brewery in Traveler’s Rest or check out the Blue Ridge Brewing Pub in downtown Greer. A few of the breweries around town may even offer free tours or tastings.
For the ones who simply don’t have a dime to spare, there’s always the handy, dandy DIY coupon book. Get creative and decorate a coupon book with offerings like a Friday movie night, a complimentary car wash from yours truly or baking him a batch of his favorite cookies. The sky’s the limit!
For the outdoorsy dads out there, a trip to a national park is the perfect way to spend an afternoon. Pack a lunch and set out early to beat the crowds. Leave your electronics in the car and enjoy being in the great outdoors with the greatest guy you know.