Father’s Day Gift Guide

Father’s day is fast approaching and I’m still trying to figure out the perfect gift for my dad. Did you find something yet?

Here are some of my ideas for just about every type of dad I could think of…

Father’s Day Gift Guide | KatherineSchwarzenegger.com

L-R: desk calendar, cute frame for his office, classy leather pens

Father’s Day Gift Guide | KatherineSchwarzenegger.com

L-R: Craft Beer Cookbook, backgammon set, mustache beer glasses

Father’s Day Gift Guide | KatherineSchwarzenegger.com

L-R: Starbucks gift card, a bag of his favorite blend, personalized coffee mugs

Father’s Day Gift Guide | KatherineSchwarzenegger.com

L-R: F1 Seat Pak, wireless ear buds, nice duffle bag

Father’s Day Gift Guide | KatherineSchwarzenegger.com

L-R: personalized license plate frame, leather key chain, 50 Cars to Drive book

Father’s Day Gift Guide | KatherineSchwarzenegger.com

L-R: Golf Courses book, tickets to a game, gear from his favorite team

Do you have other Father’s Day gift ideas? Share them in the comments below!

xo,

Katherine

 

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5 Comments

  1. LOVE this gift guide! My pops could totally use that duffel! Thanks!

  2. My Dad loved home-made baked goods, home-cooked meals. Bake a loaf {or two} of bread, or Pocketbook rolls, make an oven-baked chuck roast surrounded by carrots, potatoes, onions; baked rosemary chicken with plain boiled cabbage as the vegetable; pinto beans simmered all day with ham hocks & baked cornbread; or try a meatloaf with pan gravy & mashed potatoes; fried catfish {that I’d caught at the deep-hole on Indian Camp Creek that morning!} with fried thinly-sliced potatoes dug from our own garden & hushpuppies; another meal enjoyed was Southern Fried chicken, bacon-scented snap green beans; buttermilk biscuits; lemon-meringue pie, and his favorite, deep-dish apple pie with vanilla ice cream for dessert. He appreciated the time and effort spent cooking for him, and the company of his children for supper, being a family. Later, we’d sit on the porch swing, gently swaying in the cool evening breeze, enjoying the day’s winding-down with glasses of iced tea…spending time together: That’s love in action.

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  5. Inge van Dun says:

    After seeing it on your site, my son gave his father a beer cookbook today. It was a great success. Thank you. Inge (The Netherlands)