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I have a great Father’s Day gift basket idea for the active dad!
My husband has always been the outdoorsy one.
Thankfully all three kids have taken after him when it comes to loving the outdoors.
It doesn’t take long for any of my 3 kids…or my husband to lace up their shoes and run out for a game of soccer, a jog around the subdivision or even take a long walk with our dog, Jingle.
He’s an all-around amazing dad and I’m sure your kids will insist that their dad is just as fantastic and adventurous!
That being said, with Father’s Day right around the corner, have you got any sweet surprises planned?
Give the active dad this apt Father’s Day Gift Basket!
Needless to say, spending time outdoors definitely heralds for freshening up with a good, long, shower.
What about putting together a practical Father’s Day gift basket holding the essentials any active dad needs?
For any man who loves the outdoors, this deo is what’s needed.
The MOTIONSENSE technology goes on instantly dry making the overall feel much drier and less sticky than other deodorants.
Fragrance-wise this deo is a clean citrus, energizing fresh pepper, and long-lasting notes of woods and musk blend.
This mineral shampoo and conditioner is formulated to strengthen hair fibers especially after being outdoors.
After a rigorous exercise routine or game, this body wash will be just the cleansing, relaxing, refresher Dad’s body needs.
With a soothing eucalyptus, cedarwood scent and cooling menthol fragrance, this body wash promises total skin hydration.
Who wouldn’t want to stay smelling fresh for 48 hours?
This body spray has a frozen lemon, eucalyptus, honey and minty, pine scent.
Create a one-of-a-kind handmade art piece
This is such an easy art project to do with the kids.
All that’s needed is
How to make a Father’s Day Handprint Wall Art
- Apply paint on the oldest child’s palm and gently place it on the canvas board and allow it to dry.
- Once dry, paint the younger child’s palm and have him leave his imprint over your oldest child’s print.
- We even had our dog Jingle, place her paw print over Baby Girl’s print( the yellow splotch), so Hubs had a beautiful art piece featuring all 3 of his kids and his fur baby too!
If you don’t want to leave the canvas captionless, you can add “High Five to the Best Dad in the World”.
Add a Love Book
This is one of the sweetest gifts Hubs has ever received from us and one he treasures dearly.
We made him this “40 reasons why we love you Dada” book for his 40th birthday.
This would make a wonderful Father’s Day present but one you should have the kids start working on at least a few days before Father’s Day.
This way it’s not rushed and they really put a lot of thought and heart into what they pen down.
Father’s Day Experience Gifts
Have Dad share what his favorite outdoor activities are.
These can be anything from driving out to the beach and spending a relaxing evening there.
to enjoying an evening out flying kites!
List these out on individual slips of paper and throw these into a mason jar.
Allow Dad to pull out a slip of paper each evening he feels like doing with the family.
Whatever you opt to do to surprise Dad this Father’s Day, remember to do things that matter to the Dad in your house.
Talk with the kids and brainstorm some ways you can incorporate this list of surprises on Father’s Day and then make a decision on which one you will go with.
Don’t forget to include the All About My Dad Questionnaire in that gift basket,
Father’s Day is all about making Dad feel special, so what are you waiting for?