Our dads deserve the absolute best, and if money wasn’t an object they would get it. But that isn’t always the case, and sometimes we have to settle for a less expensive present. Don’t fear, we’ve got you covered!
This Father’s Day opt for a gift that is a bit more personal than a gift card, but won’t break the bank. Here are 10 easy last-minute gifts to snag for the father figure in your life.
1. Meat (or whatever he likes) Basket
You can’t go wrong with food- ever. If your dad or husband is an avid griller, go to your local meat market and find some of his favorite meats, seasonings, and sauces; put them all in a basket and there is your quick and easy gift! If he isn’t into meat or grilling, no problem, just fill the basket with whatever food he likes- candy, sodas/alcohol, beef jerky, fruits & veggies, etc.
2. Garden’s Tool Seat
Does the man in your life like to garden? Or work on vehicles? Then we’ve got the perfect gift. This lightweight steel and nylon stool combines the features of a tool bag and a folding chair all in one! It’s perfect for gardening or sitting in that garage working on a car. To see it, click here.
3. Bluetooth Ear Protecting Headphones
Mowing, weed-eating, working on projects, snow blowing, riding equipment; your dad needs these headphones. Not only will they protect his ears, they also have the power to connect to his phone, so he can listen to music or talk on the phone while he is working. Click here for more info.
4. Roku Streaming Stick+
If he doesn’t have one already, now is the perfect time to get dad a streaming stick. This Roku stick is made for long-range, has voice control, lets him stream his favorite shows on platforms like Netflix, Hulu, & Diney+, and is a breeze to install. If you don’t already have one, a streaming stick is a perfect gift for any dad with wifi. Click here for more information.
5. Garage Wall Organizer
If your dad is like most, he probably has a lot of tools (if not, tools are also a great idea!). Give him somewhere to keep them when you give him a garage wall organizer. This will help him keep all of his tools in one spot, organized, and where he can easily grab and go. If your dad doesn’t have tools, no problem! This wall organizer can hold all sorts of things from buckets to brooms and ball bags. Click here to grab one.
6. Customized Family Portrait
Want to tug at his heartstrings? Get him a customized family portrait of your family. There are all kinds of portraits that you can order on Etsy! You can even add names, pets, and your own quote at the top. Click here to find one your dad will love.
7. Cooler With a Built-In Speaker
Whether he is golfing, at the pool, camping, in the garage, or just spending time outdoors he’ll love this portable cooler with a wireless speaker. He’ll be able to bring his ice-cold drinks (and food) with him and listen to music wherever he goes this summer! Click here for more information.
8. A Kneading Massage Pillow
Because being a dad is hard work. The best thing about this pillow is he can use it anywhere. Back hurt? Feet sore? Pull a leg muscle? Just put them on the heated pillow and let it go to work. Click here to snag one.
9. Key Finder
Let’s be real, this one is really for all the wives out there that hate having to look for everything their husband loses all of the time. This blue tooth key finder makes it easy! Just place it on any item that he may lose often (like his keys or wallet) and now you’ll never have to look for them again! Click here for more information.
And last, but not least, it wouldn’t be a Father’s Day gift blog post if we didn’t at least include one tool. This multitool has over 20 functions that include, wire cutters, saw, needle nose plyers, scissors, can opener, and more! What dad wouldn’t want one of these things? Click here for more information.
Happy shopping and Happy Father’s Day!
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