Father’s Day is just a couple of weeks away (Sunday, June 18). Do you already have gifts planned for all the special papas in your life? Sometimes it can be tricky to find just the right surprise for our deserving Dads which is why I’m thrilled to be partnering with one of my favorite sites, Gift in Time, to share a few thoughtful gift and card ideas.
The beauty behind Gift in Time is that unique and thoughtful gifting is made easy. Here’s how. Browse their selection of quality artisan-made goods, from clothing and accessories to specialty coffee and chocolates, all from the comfort of your home. Included with every gift is a beautiful greeting card, selected and personalized by you.
Here are some of my favorites: boutique-style notecards.
Credit: Gift in Time
You can also feel good knowing that your purchase is supporting local businesses and artists in North America.
For the coffee-drinking, sweets-devouring, outdoor-adventuring Dads, here are just a few ideas (all for less than $65):
Crowsnet Coffee ($13): These small batch roasted beans are available in four flavors (including a decaf option). What Dad wouldn’t like waking up to a delicious cup of coffee Father’s Day morning?!
Coffee + Chocolate Set ($27): This flavor-packed duo can only be found together at Gift in Time. With this combo, you can enjoy specialty roasted Crowsnet Coffee with ChocoMe’s luxury dark chocolate bar made with chili, orange and hazelnut. Yum!
Mini VSSL ($65): This portable and lightweight LED lantern is the perfect sidekick for outdoor adventures. It has room to store keys or money, plus there’s a compass and a clip to attach to a belt or backpack. That said, you don’t need to be an outdoorsman to appreciate this lantern. The light and safety compartment make for a handy tool while working in the toolshed or yard or it can even shed light when dining outdoors at dusk.
Good luck with your Father’s Day celebration planning and keep Gift in Time in mind if you really want to spoil your dad this year with a unique and thoughtful gift.
Most importantly, we want to make sure our Dads know that “We love you!”
*Gift in Time sponsored this post. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.*