Okay, this might be a little more than last minute per say but as always I'm a last minute shopper when it comes to gift buying. Luckily it's the weekend tomorrow and the perfect time to pick up last minute gifts for dad. I've put together a variety of products which I think any dad would love to receive on Fathers Day with a selection of skincare, homeware and quirky gifts. This isn't a huge gift guide as I normally keep things simple when it comes to Fathers Day as I know exactly what my dad likes and usually stick to a similar theme with his favourite chocolates to finish off.
So onto the gifts, I've picked up a great selection of goodies to treat your dad to this Father's Day, from natural products to minimal homeware pieces he's sure to love! This bedside clock, for example, is brilliant to wake up early morning dads for work and it looks amazing on the bedside table to add some character to his space. I've then put together some skin care pieces my dad especially loves from the likes of Nip and Fab and Gruum. The Nip and Fab Viper Venom fix range is brilliant for tired eyes or ageing dads to add to their skincare regime to help fight wrinkles and delay the ageing process. The next item I picked up was the Lynx Africa gift set, a cult favourite with my dad and one of his favourite scents. Lastly, we have some quirky gifts to add to your selection such as pop-out cards from Hallmark that look amazing on the mantlepiece this Fathers Day and cute Itty Bitty in your dad's favourite superhero character.
Father's Day came around really quick this year and yes, I'll admit I was ill prepared with having such a busy time of things but this is the reason why I've put in extra effort this year to thank my dad for supporting and helping me through difficult times with the stress of moving house twice within the year and other personal events in my life. I couldn't thank my dad enough for always being there to give a helping hand and supporting me in life! Father's Day is just as important as Mothers Day as our dads do so much for us and we should never take this for granted and always give back. If it wasn't for my dad I would have struggled to move house again or pass my practical driving test. Whether it be financial support or his time and sacrifices, I feel now is the time to really say thanks for his continued support as I move on in life and break free from the family home onto my own journey.
What have you bought your dad for Fathers Day? Do you like these gift ideas?
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