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Tuesday Morning Tidy: Gift Guide for Father's Day

Celebrate all the Dads in your lives with a perfect little (or bigger) gift! This is our second annual Father's Day Gift Guide, so we're building on what we shared last year. These are all items that our husbands, dads and brothers love or we've given them as gifts--they come highly recommended. So, check out these easy dad's day gifts!


  1. Framebridge - Have special memories framed, including concert tickets or signed memorabilia.

  2. Tickets - Speaking of special memories; create some new ones! Grab a pair of concert or game tickets with special perks or a nicer view than you normally have.

  3. Dobb Kit - A personalized toiletry bag for the traveling dad would make a great gift. Mark & Graham is a good source for these, and one of our favorite woman-owned embroidery businesses, Tatobug Stitching, stocked some too!

  4. Traeger or Vision Grill - Great investments and they are versatile. You can bake pizzas, meatloaf and several foods that you don't usually consider as "grilling foods."

  5. Wallet - It's not always something he will buy for himself. This one has plenty of storage and color options.

  6. Fun socks - Rather than the typical argyle or striped socks, check out Hotsox where you can find socks that really fit his personality.

  7. Pampering - Dads need time to relax, too. A gift certificate for a massage or a relaxing float session might be the gift he least expects but most needs.

  8. Craft Beer Tasting or Beer Club - Dads like to spend quality time with their kids. An afternoon at a microbrewery on a summer evening sounds delightful. If your dad doesn't live close to you, perhaps a beer club might be something to consider.

  9. Gaming Headphones - These are good quality and reasonably priced.

  10. Books - Shoe Dog by Phil Knight is a good choice.


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