If your dad's anything like mine, he's a little hard to buy for. Mine's practical to the hilt, "minimalistic," and quite the thrift-spend. For those reasons, when thinking about what I could send him this year, I found myself retracing my childhood steps. He's often reminded me that his favorite gifts were handmade, not store bought.
Now living several states and a plane ride away, our time together is a bit more sparse. When I'm home in a couple of weeks, I thought it'd be sweet to gift him with one of the old standby dad gifts: a handmade coupon book.
One lawn mow, one bbq dinner, one Braves game...his choice.
It's not a new tie, but for a dad who spends his free time taking kids on hikes and teaching them about the wildlife of North Georgia, it's a bit more fitting.
If you're looking for a sweet and simple way to love on your dad and spend some time with him this summer, grab some of my pre-designed coupons and print them out for your ole man this Father's Day.