Monday, June 11, 2012

Gifts for Dad

Fathers Day Ideas from Etsy Treasuries


Great Dad Great Gifts Curated by The Yarn Kitchen


Fathers Day is fast approaching and I am finding some great treasuries on Etsy that feature easy, thoughtful, and most of all unique handcrafted gifts for Dad.    Here are links to all the treasuries featured here:  Great Dad Great Gifts    Awesome Dads   and  For The Manly Man 



Awesome Dads Curated BySandra Arduini Photography




Love this one!  Those felted slippers are so unique!  Love the mug if he is a coffee drinker.  Or does he love photography....the vintage camera is really a great find!  The Apollo bow tie is a fun gift.















For The Manly Man Curated by Creative Carmelina

This one has some really fun twists on the traditional tie gift.  I love the bow ties, especially the one made from upcycled paperbacks!  Why not take a copy of his favorite title ( not his copy of course ) and make a bow tie??   The soaps and ipod cover are great ideas too!  But that leather handmade messenger bag is fabulous!  And the Sherlock Holmes pillow....does he love to read mysteries??

Happy Fathers Day!!

5 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing the treasury love!

    Awesome collections, fun treasuries! Happy dad's.


    Ciao Bella
    Creative Carmelina

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  2. Great ideas!!! I love Etsy!
    I found you on the blog hop! :D

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  3. Oh so cool! Excellent Dad Day gifts there. Thanks for sharing :)
    Carol

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  4. I love your picks for Dad, cool and masculine. I found you on the blog hop and am your latest follower. Hoping you'll stop by and follow too.

    http://fabmom12.blogspot.ca/

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  5. What fantastic treasuries - They are stunning & oh, so manly :) Thanks for sharing these great ideas.

    I found you on BlogLoveTherapy, btw.

    Happiness,
    Corrinne

    PS - I have lots of prizes on my blog via a blog hop & challenge. Join in the fun here:
    http://pinandtack.blogspot.com/2012/06/tuesday-alchemys-tips-tutorials.html

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