Out-of-the-ordinary or homeade gifts for Father’s Day gifts are the best! I used to be quite crafty, but now I am crafty in a very different way, as I turn to San Diego’s mom bloggers for ideas! They are some of the most talented and sharp peeps I know and they always have some awesome golden nuggets to share, just in time for … well, basically anything coming up! The kids and I will be rolling up our sleeves in preparation for Father’s Day, thanks to these ladies (and some of the gifts you might find might just come from you!!). Dads rock!! Enjoy your Father’s Day!
“With Father’s Day just around the corner, I’ve decided to share some of my top picks with everyone here at Mamiverse so you’ll never have to hear the dad in your life say those grim words, ‘A tie? Um, thanks.’ “ Father’s Day Gifts that Don’t Suck, by Margo Porras
“We are moving into a new house next week and my husband has already proudly picked out the location for his grill. I thought we could add a little something to the area to jazz it up, so I paid a visit to my local Antique Mall and purchased an old sign. The kids were more than happy to help me paint it for their dad.” Crafting with kids: A gift for dad, by Tonya Stabb
“For those of you who are still in search of gifts for your father or for the father of your children, check out these awesome finds. Most were discovered via Pinterest and I’ve tried (as best as possible) to link back to the original source.” Father’s Day Gift Guide 2012, by Sondra Santos Drahos
“These fun and easy Father’s Day crafts are perfect for the whole family — from new baby to teen! Enjoy spending time with your kids, celebrating dad and surprising him with these super simple homemade crafts and gifts.” Easy Father’s Day Crafts for Kids, by Christina Holt
Category: Gift Ideas