With Fathers Day next month, and while we are still stuck in lockdown making it harder for us to go out and find a present for our Dads. I have been working on my Fathers Day Gift Guide 2020 finding you some great gift ideas.
I know money is more of a worry this year so have worked to find fun and affordable gifts to suit any budget. The gift guide is a mix of gifted and non gifted items.
If your Dad loves his car this is a perfect gift idea to stop him getting annoyed when returning to his car at a car park and also keeping the car smelling lovely and fresh.
Creative Nature offer healthy products that are also tasty, making it easier for us to live a healthy lifestyle. If your Dad is into healthy living, or if you feel he should these are great gift ideas.
Perfect if you are fancying something sweet as a treat – they really do taste like an apple pie
Chia & Cacao Choc Chip Brownie Baking Mix
What Dad could resit a chocolate brownie or two on Fathers Day. These are also Vegan friendly, Gluten, Dairy and nut safe.
We all know traditional table salt is not good for you, but also know our food tastes so much better with salt added. I made the move years ago to use an alternative to traditional table salt.
This crystal salt is great for seasoning food for example sprinkle on potatoes when roasting. But they also have much more use you can use in a salt grinder or even add to warm water with your favourite essential oil and use as a foot soak.
Is your Dad forever losing something? The Tile is the perfect gift idea. If you have misplaced something whether it is nearby or you feel it is further away. You can check where your item was last seen on a map. This will then allow you to tap into Tile’s community, which is the world’s largest lost and found network. They will annonymously help find the lost or stolen item almost anywhere in the world. You can even use Tile in reverse to call your phone, even when on silent.
There are three Tile options with the Slim starting at £24.99
Heinrich Barth have a range of products for Dads giving them something they will love.
The Hair and Body Cleanser is ideal for the eco-Dad. It has punchy biological extracts including calendula flower, lemon peel, witch hazel and chamomile. Which have been infused through this cleanser to promote and even calming effect on the skin. At the same time deeply cleansing and regulating your body’s oil production.
As well as this Hair and Body Cleanser they also have Face and Body Moisturising Cream and a tanning oil.
Zippo Utility Lighter
Zippo is a name we all know, and we all know that Dads are the kings of the great outdoor and lighting fires, whether it is for camping or bbq. Which is why Zippo has a Flex Neck Utility Lighter which will make a great Fathers Day gift.
The refillable butane lighter has a flexible extended neck, which is topped by a powerful nozzle. Slim enough to reach even the smallest lighting apertures. The flex neck is windproof and child resistant and boasts a reliable dual flame technology and 5 year guarantee.
Trendhim have a lovely range of gift ideas that any Dad would love to receive. Like this Simon Mariner Watch, to add style to any time of the day. They have a lovely range of gift ideas from jewellery, to bags to suit accessories.
Fox & Chave
I recently reviewed Fox & Chave and their gorgeous silk scarves and accessories that would make a perfect gift for Fathers Day.
The Dapper Wrapper is a great way to help Dad stay organised with all his tech stuff while out and about. If he is forever looking around in the bottom of his bag for chargers, cables etc he will love this. The Dapper Wrapper is a slick tech organiser where he can keep everything together in one place. Available from Amazon.
Wine is always a lovely gift to receive, with so many wines available it is often hard to know which one to get. I always opt for something a little more special if giving as a gift.
La Castellina is a Chianti which is dry with a bright ruby colour. Prominent aromas of fresh raspberry and cherry.
Francone Barolo is often described as Italy’s greatest red wine, and this Decanter Silver Medal winner is one of the best examples on the market today. It combines grapes from La Morra and Monforte, two of the five most prized cru-villages in Barolo DOCG. Grapes from La Morra bring richness and power, and this is balanced by Monforte’s elegance and freshness.
Henry Bell Bird Feeder
As we have to stay home and stay safe, if you have a garden how about a bird feeder to entice the wildlife into your garden. Henry Bell has a wide range of bird feeders for any garden from individual feeders to feeding stations, plus bird food. This will be a great addition to any garden giving hours of enjoyment
Who does not like to receive a gift of chocolates, and everyone loves Guylian chocolates, but will Dad share them?
If your Dad loves to write notes or loves a nice notebook and pen, Pen Heaven have some great gift ideas for Dad. Including
- USUS Aluminium Magnetic Ball Pen – A perfectly practical desktop toy. Pocket-sized when not in use, the futuristic USUS aluminium ballpoint pen relies on a delightful twist mechanism to open out to a full-size pen. Presented in a premium gift box and in black finish that shimmers like the night sky, it’s the perfect gift for travellers and gadget geeks alike. – £45.90
- Moleskin Hard Cover Large Notebook – Simple and stylish. The Moleskine Hardcover Notebook’s effortless design makes it suitable for everyone and every purpose and the large size is both spacious and perfectly portable. The sturdy hardcover offers protection, plus the elastic closure and expandable internal pocket will keep any stray papers in tow. A colour co-ordinated ribbon helps mark those important pages for quick, easy location. The paper is 70gsm and acid-free, suitable for all pen types. – £14.40
All products can be engraved or embossed
Win A Fathers Day Gift Bundle
In case you have missed it, I have teamed up with some amazing Bloggers to offer you the chance to win a bundle of gifts for Dad this Fathers Day. Head over to my giveaway post to find out how to enter.
If you are looking for something special for Dad this year Mainline Menswear have some great gift ideas including
They have a great gift selection plus everything from socks to menswear for all ocassionx.
If you want to treat Dad and his sweet tooth OGGS cakes will go down great with his cuppa. All cakes are vegan friendly but full of taste. Available in various flavuors including
- Chocolate Fudge
- Victoria Sponge
- Zesty Lemon
YourZooki have everything the health concious Dad needs, with their little daily pouches of Vitamin C. You can add to water, as a topping or just straight from the pouch to give you the right amount of Vitamin C.
If you like a fruity slice in your drink, Nims Infusions are a great gift or treat. Great for cocktails, mocktails or even to add to plain water, these ar handy to keep in and not waste fresh fruit if you just need one or two slices. Available in
- Pink Grapefruit
Aldi have some great gift ideas for Dad this year including a vinyl USB Turntable and In Ear Bluetooth Headphones. Head over to my recent post to find out more.
The Little Book of Dad Jokes
If your Dad is a joker, give him some new joke material with this Little Book of Dad Jokes, they really will get you groaning as he keeps relaying jokes. Available in varous book shops.
A lovely book looking back at Glastonbury over the past 50 years with stories and pictures from artists and festival goers. I am also hosting a giveaway where you can win a copy head over to my 50 Years of Glastonbury giveaway.
Executive Pens Direct
If your Dad loves a nice pen or loves to keep notes, Executive Pens Direct have some great gift ideas.
The Binge Watch Guide
The Binge Watch Guide The Best Streaming Shows, is the book you never knew you needed but can not be without. The book is full of shows you can stream and binge watch. Which we are all doing more and more at the moment. You can read about the show, what it is about and reviews so you know if it is something you would enjoy or not. Great for finding shows you were not aware of as well.