30 Blogs Sharing Ideas for the Perfect Father’s Day Gift

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Despite the fact that Father’s Day consistently falls on the third Sunday in June, the celebratory holiday tends to sneak up on an overwhelming number of people. This year don’t let this day dedicated to honoring Dad fall through the cracks. Instead, start brainstorming ideas for gifts you can give him now. Consider your dad’s interests and hobbies to come up with a gift that will bring a smile to his face. For ample suggestions, look at these 30 blog posts.


Whether dear old Dad likes to play sports or is happy being an armchair quarterback, he might enjoy a sports-related gift.  If he plays golf, some new covers for his clubs or a personalized golf towel to hang on his bag are both fun and functional gifts. For those dads who prefer to watch others play, a DVD set featuring famous sports highlights and the best plays of all time will likely be a slam dunk.  Take a look at these six blog entries for more sports related gifts.


For the dad that loves to tinker on his car and has been dreaming of owning a sports car someday, a car-themed gift may be just the thing he needs.  You might also want to get your dad an accessory for his car, like new floor mats or the latest in car stereos.  Check out these six blogs to find more car-related gift ideas.


Even if your dad is tech-challenged, he probably still has some of the basics, like a tablet or a smart phone. Buy him a case to carry his electronics, preferably one that complements another interest of his. Whether he enjoys a good craft brew or loves to play pool, you should be able to find the ideal case for him. If you can’t find the perfect case to buy, get a kit so he can make his own case. These six blog articles will suggest other tech toys for dad.

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You can almost never go wrong by buying dad tools. With so many new tools coming out on the market, you’re sure to find something to add to his collection. Have a dad who has it all? Sneak a peek at his tools to see which ones need to be replaced or purchase a personalized tool box. Read through these six blog postings to get more ideas for what to buy dad for Father’s Day.


Homemade gifts from his favorite pint-sized playmates will always bring a smile to Dad’s face. Help the little ones make Father’s Day a special one this year. Start by bringing him breakfast in bed with the newspaper already folded open to the sports page, then surprise him with homemade cards and gifts. These six blogs are full of homemade gift ideas that you can help your little ones make for Dad this year.

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