If your life is anything like mine, sometimes time just gets away from you and before you know it, the holiday/birthday/special occasion you’ve been meaning to grab that gift for is already here! Well don’t panic just yet…there are still plenty of last minute (yet meaningful) gifts to give to Dad this Father’s Day 🙂
Here are some of my favorite ideas…
When you’re not sure what to get Dad, or not sure what Dad already has, a gift card to one of his favorite stores is always a good idea! They’re available in almost every grocery and drug store now, so if the store you would like to get one for is already closed, I’m sure you have a Walmart open 24 hours somewhere near by. If your grocery store offers a gas rewards program, grab your gift cards there to save at the pump. Also, if Dad isn’t a big shopper, maybe he loves to golf. Head on over to his favorite golf course and get him a round on you. If you ran out of time, create your own gift card to be replaced with the real thing as soon as you can 😉
Amazon has many things (almost anything) and usually at a price that beats most competitors. If you know Dad is an Amazon addict, an Amazon gift card will be right up his alley. Or even better maybe an Amazon Prime subscription so he can take advantage of FREE 2-day shipping, FREE Prime Instant Videos, Kindle Owners’ Lending Library, and more!
Sports, hunting, fishing, cars, fitness, business, or science…there’s a magazine for everything! Give Dad his favorite magazine subscription for up to 90% off the cover price! There are a ton of great magazines on sale this weekend for Father’s Day. Check out the Father’s Day magazine sale 🙂
Boy do I love Pinterest…and I’ve been pinning! There are so many wonderful ideas shared there. Take a look at my Father’s Day Pinterest board and you’ll be sure to find a meaningful gift that you can whip up for Dad in no time. Some of my favorites are $1 store Sharpie mugs (for small munchkins use alphabet stickers and let them scribble over them then remove), hand print family trees, and #1 Dad aprons.