Wednesday, 1 June 2011

Father's Day Gift Ideas

Posted on Wednesday Jun 1 19:52:00 BST 2011
'Father's Day is a celebration honoring fathers and celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society.' 

Discover some great gift ideas for Dad's this Fathers Day 19th June 2011

             A genuine British stamp mounted on a Mahogany wood Scrabble Tile attached to a Silver Plate Bookmark by Robins Return

Dad, you're someone to look up to no matter how tall I've grown.  ~Author Unknown

A pair of cufflinks made with wooden scrabble tiles with genuine recylced  British Stamps, mounted on silver plated back. 

A father carries pictures where his money used to be.  ~Author Unknown

CAUGHT SHORT Limited Edition Print .This is a limited edition print from a run of 850, and is signed and numbered by the artist Oliver Preston and mounted with washlines. A perfect gift for any man and keen skier

He didn't tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.  ~Clarence Budington Kelland

Make your dad feel really special with this beautiful bone china mug from East of India and comes in its own wooden presentation box. The mug has a picture of a father with his family. The lid of the box has a raised picture of a family and a plaque with the words 'Best Dad'

"Any man can be a Father but it takes someone special to be a dad." -- Anne Geddes 

Fifties range collection "My Dad's no Mug" mug. A mug with a retro fifties slogan, in an american diner style. Great for Father's day gifts and dads everywhere.

Father's Day Quotes:
4 years: My Daddy can do anything!
7 years: My Dad knows a lot…a whole lot.
8 years: My father does not know quite everything.
12 years: Oh well, naturally Father does not know that either.
14 years: Oh, Father? He is hopelessly old-fashioned.
21 years: Oh, that man-he is out of date!
25 years: He knows a little bit about it, but not much.
30 years: I must find out what Dad thinks about it.
35 years: Before we decide, we will get Dad's idea first.
50 years: What would Dad have thought about that?
60 years: My Dad knew literally everything!
65 years: I wish I could talk it over with Dad once more.
 by: Unknown

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