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Thursday, 18 August 2016
Who's your Daddy? Father's Day Gift Ideas
Who's your Daddy? We have gifts for every "Daddy" this Father’s Day, Sunday 4th September
Every dad is different. Some dads love getting outdoors in the garden or playing sport, others prefer relaxing with a beer or book. Mr Gift has gifts to suit every dad - here's a taster of some of our favourites below...
FOR YOU: Here’s a $20 Discount Voucher. To redeem your $20 voucher, simply enter Discount Code DAD in the Discount Code field when you place your order (product total must amount to $20 for voucher to work). You're welcome to use this yourself, or pass onto someone else you know who might enjoy using it. Voucher is valid until midnight Sunday 4/9/2016.
Here are a few of our favourite gift ideas for dads...
3. "MAMIL (Middle-aged Man in Lycra)" DADS eg. Gentlemen's Hardware Bicycle Repair Kit $23.95 If his bike is his 'prized possession', and he's not afraid to don a bit of Lycra, then this gift is for him! These repair kits are also handy for casual riders - no one likes a puncture!.
7. TRAVELLING DADS eg. Metal Luggage Tag from $59.95 This handmade luggage tag is a gorgeous keepsake for any dad who travels frequently to remind him of home. Features a quote from the movie Cloud Atlas,"Travel far enough, you meet yourself". Available in copper, bronze or stainless steel.
8. FISHING DADS eg. Fishing Lure from $44.95 This handmade fishing lure is a special gift for dads who are fanatical about fishing. Features inscription: "Hooked on you". The fish will love it too! Available in copper, bronze or stainless steel.
9. GOLFING DADS eg. Golf Marker from $39.95 This handmade snazzy golf marker will spark some interesting conversation on the golf course. Features the inscription: "Golf. All the other 4 letter words were taken". Available in copper, bronze and stainless steel.
"Raising a family can be tough sometimes, and every parent likes to feel appreciated. Most of the dads I know hit the ground running as soon as they get home from work. They barely take off their jacket before they're helping bath the kids and get them ready for bed, dinner, etc. Father's Day is a great opportunity to reflect on all the things - big and small - that dads do for their family throughout the year." Jorgan Symes, Mr Gift co-founder
"What would we do without dads? Who would fix the car, lift heavy stuff, remove spiders from the house, take lids off jars, mow the lawn, and more? We reckon dads are super and deserve our appreciation for all the little things they do (that often get overlooked throughout the year). This year we challenge you to make dad feel less like an 'unsung hero' and more like a 'superhero'!" Courtney Symes, Mr Gift co-founder