Monday, 5 June 2017

Quirky and fun gift ideas for Father's Day (inc. vlog)

Following on from my first gift guide for Father's Day last week, I have a few more ideas to share with you that are fun, quirky or practical - from a website I've discovered called Qwerkity.com.

It's a kind of 'bit of everything' online shop where you're bound to find something to suit the father figure in your life, even if you don't know what it is yet. I always find that the search for the perfect present can take some time so finding a one-stop-shop that offers funny gift ideas alongside personalised items and practical pieces too is actually a bit of a time saver - and has the inspiration I need to find something my hubs, Dad and Father-in-Law might like.

With the opportunity to pick a couple of presents for the purposes of review, I had a good look around, starting with Qwerkity's best Father's Day gifts page to get some ideas.

I was shopping for my hubs in particular, on behalf of Ethan of course, and came across two items I thought he would like.



The first is a glass whiskey tumbler, priced £12.99, etched with the following words against different measuring amounts - 'good day, bad day, don't ask'. Hubs likes a nice rum or JD and I thought that this was practical and tongue-in-cheek, so will raise a smile come Father's Day.


The second item I picked out was very practical, very manly indeed - a garden tool tidy, for £16.99. Hubs has been clearing the garden piece by piece and has a new storage unit that he's quite proud of, so I know that this will come in handy.



There were a number of other things that caught my eye so it is well worth taking a look if you're a bit stumped for ideas.

Speaking of which, you may find my Father's Day gift guide vlog extra helpful, as it features these gifts and a few other bits and pieces too...


Happy shopping!


* I was sent the items mentioned for purposes of review, but the choice and opinions expressed are my own as always.

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