Father’s Day Gift List

Countdown to Father’s day has begun and we have a great selection of gifts for the superhero is your little ones life. So if it’s a daddy to be or a dad of 4 give him something specially created by one of our chosen small shops. There is everything from coffee fixes to pampering because even dad deserves some ‘me time’.

Father’s day gift list;

Pimpernel and Plum New Dad Box – $75

Grab your hands on a hand curated box of goodies all sourced and made in Canada. Pimpernel and Plum have created a New Dad box which includes items from an ‘I Heart Dad’ onesie to a Chocolate Almond Bark by Village treats, you just know this dad will be one happy chap. This box is perfect for a Dad to be, New dad or just a treat for Dad full stop.

Mummys Bubble For Him Bracelet – From £10

For dad’s that love bracelets and have teething babbas we have created the ultimate combo – a ‘For Him Bracelet’. This bracelet can be letter personalised if preferred. The mix of wooden and silicone beads is perfect for teething baby and the style is simple making it look like beaded jewellery for men. Simple and satisfying all in one!

Purkulatte Coffee Sample Gift – From £19

Who doesn’t love a coffee lift? Perkulatte have a taste-tastic selection of coffee’s from around the world. Their special Father’s Day sample selection is perfect for coffee explorers. You can pick 6 different samples from Colombian Inza to Indonesian Java Bayukidal. They will even ground the beans to your preference – making this a perfect start to Dad’s day.

Hello Ruth Daddy World Print – from £19

Why not frame your gift? Hello Ruth has a fantastic selection of photography gifts however the one that stole us was the Personalised ‘Our World’ Map. From Framed to un-framed, Coloured to black and white this map can be personalised in all sorts of ways. Best part is the simplicity of getting it created. Pick your favourite pictures and send them to be spread across the world and give Dad a map he will treasure forever.

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