It’s almost June and Father’s Day is coming up fast. Have you gotten your dad anything yet? Is the panic setting in? Fear not! Everything Etched has got you covered. Here we’re sharing some of the best Father’s Day ideas yet, from fun activities to unique gifts. We’re here to help save the day - read on and use one of these ideas for your dad this Father’s Day.
There are a whole host of activities you can do as a family, or just the two of you, to make Father’s Day extra special. Depending on the type of dad in your life, here are some activities we recommend.
For the foodie -
Does Dad love to cook? Or at least, does he love to eat? Check out beginner cooking classes at Sweet Basil in Scottsdale, AZ. You’ll learn a few tips and you’ll both get to enjoy an amazing meal at the end of class. It’s both an adventure and food heaven.
Can’t cook at all? Check out these 10 restaurants in Phoenix that are perfect for dads who can appreciate amazing cuisine but don’t feel like breaking out the pots and pans.
For the movie buff -
Never underestimate the power of movie tickets. But this time, step it up a notch. At the Alamo Drafthouse in Tempe or Chandler, AZ you can enjoy old and new movies while eating dinner in the theater. It’s the perfect combination for your dad or maybe the brand new father who could use a break. Not a local Arizonan? No worries! Alamo Drafthouse has locations all over the country, no matter where you and your dad live.
For the sports fiend -
Does the dad in your life love to golf? Arizona boasts over 300 hundred courses and plenty of sunshine. Book a tee time today (or book your flights to AZ!) and take Dad out for the round of his life. Plus, there’s always lunch or dinner afterwards in the clubhouse to look forward to. You can’t lose.
At Everything Etched, we know how hard it can be to find the gift that’s just perfect. Which is why we take great pride in creating unique, beautiful, and personalized gifts for that person in your life who’s hard to shop for. If you’re not very crafty, or maybe you’d like to get Dad something extra special , here are some quality gifts our customers are raving about :
This one-of-a-kind mug will make Dad smile every morning as he’s enjoying that first cup of coffee. Let’s face it - if he’s a dad, he could seriously use the caffeine.
This pint glass is perfect for both new and experienced dads alike! You can customize it with each kid’s birthday and name in your family.
This is the holy grail of barbecuing. This personalized spatula will make Dad feel like the king of the grill - and he’ll be able to slake that thirst mid-burger-flip by using the handy bottle opener that’s build-in.
Also, there is still time to order a personalized gift from Everything Etched. The last day is June 11th for US shipping and June 14th for local pickup (in Arizona).
Is your hubby a brand new dad? Your own dad can probably attest that some of his favorite Father’s Day gifts were the ones that were created by little hands. If you have kids, help them to create some original artwork that can go in their dad’s office. Or, help them to make a personalized Father’s Day card just for him that says how much they love him.
If your kids are older, encourage them to show Dad how much he means to them by putting together a gift basket of his favorite items: maybe a favorite snack, drink, and a new book from his favorite author. Or, gift him with a framed picture of the family so he can keep the memory forever. Sometimes DIY gifts can be the ones that mean the most!
Whether you’re shopping for the brand new dad or for the man who raised you, these gifts are perfect for showing him how much you care - or adding to his mancave. He’ll be sure to cherish these thoughtful, personalized gifts for many years to come.
Looking to order a one-of-a-kind gift for the dads in your life? Click here to personalize the perfect Father's Day gift today.
Here's something to smile about, Everything Etched is celebrating our 7th anniversary on October 16th, 2020! Founded in Scottsdale, AZ in 2013 by Tyler Cadwell the company’s humble beginning was typical of many small businesses, born in a garage.