He’ll love these gift ideas
It’s that time of year again when we have to (reluctantly) relinquish the joys of our queendom for 24 whole hours and pander to the special men in our lives. We love it really! If this is your other half’s very first Father’s Day, spoil him rotten with these great gift ideas in time for Sunday.
For the dads who don’t know it yet, surprise them with a gift announcement they’ll never forget. Try this Baby Scan Wallet Keepsake Card by Cloud and Current (£26). Available from notonthehighstreet.com, you can have your baby’s scan engraved on this metal card with personal messages. LOVE!
For the suited and booted chap in your life, try these personalised Envelope Cufflinks by Maria Allen Boutique (£55, notonthehighstreet.com). Tell him the great news with a cute message etched in wood.
Make a splash with this personalised Admission Ticket Framed Print by Modo Creative, available from John Lewis(£30). Choose from three ticket stub colours set in a white wood frame and really make an impact.
We’re loving this leather Jamie changing bag by Storksak, available from John Lewis (£165). Make his days out with baby a bit more stylish with this super-cool man/baby bag. It’s suitable for work too, with space for a laptop.
Give him the Ferrari he never knew he wanted with these P200 Scuderia noise-cancelling headphones (£44.99). Available from iwantoneofthose.com, they’ll certainly come in handy when it’s his turn soothing the baby at 4 in the morning…
Check out this nifty Smartphone Projector (£19.99), also available from iwantoneofthose.com. Locate films on his phone – like our pregnancy exercise filmsfor example – and turn any room into a cinema.
The punters will love this next hamper. It’s the New Dad’s Pop Up Pub by Whish Hamper, available from notonthehighstreet.com(£28.50). With two traditional ales, pork crackling and 30 beer mats complete with games, all contained within personalised packaging, it’s a pub-lover’s dream.
So which gift are you getting your favourite guy? Or have you found other products we’ve missed? Share them with us by leaving a comment below.