Get Personal, Ferret out That Wish List or Go for the Surprise Factor on Father's Day
Father's Day is just around the corner and it's time to start thinking about those special gifts for dads. Whether you find something in his favorite shop or make the gift yourself, the time and thought that goes into your gift is often more important, and more cherished than the gift itself. On that big day, have your camera ready. Then upload your photos to Image3d.com and you'll have a second gift, an Image3D RetroViewer filled with memories
The Personal Touch
Some of the best Father's Day gifts are those with a personal touch. Do you remember when you were little and you designed a colorful card for your dad? Or, maybe when you were a bit older, you made him a wooden tool box in wood shop? These gifts, along with anything else homemade, come from the heart and are very much cherished.
The Wish List
Almost everyone has a wish list, and that includes dads. Some dads are open about their dreams, some not so much. You may have to have mom, a sibling or a friend try and help figure out just what's on that list. Once you have your Father's Day present ideas nailed down, it's off to the nearest mall, specialty shop or maybe even a hardware store to make some of dad's dreams come true.
The Art of Surprise
Sometimes you just want to do something fun. Surprising dad with an unusual, maybe even off-the-wall gift should give him the giggles. If your Father's Day gift ideas center around one of his favorite past-times, even better. What fisherman wouldn't smile at a mounted fish that flaps its tail and sings, or be proud to wear a hat that boasts "World's Best Angler" or other fishy sayings? Is your dad the consummate workaholic? Maybe a prepaid vacation trip to a tropical beach or a historic, perhaps romantic city would plaster an ear-to-ear grin on dad's face. Either way, the gifts are a fun surprise. That's the best part.