Father’s Day Presents (under £20)

photo of happy father s day greetings

Father’s Day is Sunday, 16th June, 2017 and I expect there will lots of bottles of beer and socks being given to the father figures around the country – but what about something a little bit different? I have been trawling through the internet and have found the following presents that hopefully will bring a smile to his face!

keyringPersonalised Child’s Drawing Keyring (By Urban Twist)

From: Not On The High Street

Price: £17.20

Description: A personalised wood and leather keyring that features your child’s own unique drawing.

Turn your child’s special drawing into a lasting keepsake with this stunning engraved leather and wood keyring!

In addition to featuring your child’s own artwork, you can also choose to include an optional special message that will be engraved on the reverse side, making this a truly thoughtful gift!

dadWhat I Love About Dad by Me Book

From: uncommon goods

Price: £7.88

Description: This pocket-sized book has 50 prompts to tell your father how much he means to you.

beer belt6 Pack Beer Belt

From: Find Me A Gift

Price: £6.99

Description: There’s nothing worse than spending all afternoon chargrilling burgers on the BBQ, only to go to the fridge for a well-deserved beer and discover that your mates have drunk it all. With this camouflage print Beer Can Belt, you can attach an entire six pack to your belt, ensuring that you will always have a steady supply of booze. You’ll never have to search for your next drink again.

Find Me A Gift’s Six Pack Beer Holder, the ultimate ‘mancessory’, leaves your hands free for other things, whether that’s holding nosh, dad dancing or scratching yourself. Imagine yourself strutting around a party wearing one of these beauties. While everyone else has to join the scrum at the refreshment table, you can simply reach down, take a can or bottle out of the Beer Belt and crack open your next pint.

The Beer Holder Belt makes a superb Father’s Day Gift, why not twin it with a 6 pack of their favourite beer?

poster100 Movies Scratch Off Poster

From: PrezzyBox

Price: £11.99

Description: If you’re looking for the perfect gift for the movie-buff in your life, look no further than this 100 Movies Scratch Off Poster! This stylish poster lists 100 of the best action-packed, laughter-inducing and tear-jerking movies, allowing the recipient to scratch off each silver panel as they see them.

Perfect for any room (with a TV, of course!) and a great challenge for all film-addicts. They’ll be desperate to reach 100! But can they do it?

Create memories with this amazing gift for friends and family. And don’t forget the popcorn!

legoLego McLaren Senna racing car

From: Lego shop

Price: £12.99

Description: Drive on the edge with the LEGO® Speed Champions 75892 McLaren Senna model car toy! This cool LEGO version of the road car inspired by the late, great and legendarily daring racing driver Ayrton Senna features a minifigure cockpit, removable windshield, interchangeable rims, and McLaren and Senna logo stickers. This super toy car comes with a buildable wind tunnel with rotating fan and a McLaren racing driver minifigure to play out car development and fast car racing scenarios.

Father’s Day Cards

I have discovered an amazing website that produces really great cards, obviously there are lots for Father’s Day, the company is called Thortful and below is a sample of their cards. But the one thing that I really liked about this company was that I received an email from them about two weeks ago, saying that they know that Father’s Day can be tough for some people and so if I wanted to opt out of the Father Day’s emails I could and being someone who has lost two dads, I really appreciated that and I’m sure that others who have a hard time coping with this day would appreciate it as well.




2 thoughts on “Father’s Day Presents (under £20)”

  1. Awesome blog! Do you have any tips for aspiring writers? I’m hoping to start my own blog soon but I’m a little lost on everything. Would you recommend starting with a free platform like WordPress or go for a paid option? There are so many options out there that I’m totally overwhelmed .. Any suggestions? Thanks!


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