Who’s the most difficult person to buy a Christmas gift for in your family? For me, it’s always a challenge with what on earth I’m going to get my Dad and my husband. Here’s my curated list of unique gift ideas for Dads.
Christmas Present Ideas for Dad
Beautifully presented in a black gift box this premium shaving gift set from The Personal Barber makes a wonderful present. I was lucky enough to receive one to see for myself. The Oatcake Soaps mahogany shaving soap smells amazing and the razor itself has a wonderful weight and feel in the hand.
This stylish wooden pens are hand crafted from Ash, and brought to a high standard finish making an extremely comfortable writing instrument.The pens are handcrafted in Bicester by Thomas at Hammer and Grain.
I love this manly journal from Immaginacija Bindery. It’s handmade in Oxford.
One of the really special things made by Oxfordshire based Little Foxglove Crafts are these beautiful drawings on cushions. It makes for a totally unique gift.
An ethical Christmas gift that makes a difference! Y.O.U underwear make 100% organic cotton underwear for men and women, with a buy one give one model so for every purchase made, they donate a pair of undies to people in need.
Handcrafted from sterling silver, you can incorporate up to two actual miniaturised prints taken from your little ones. They are subtle and stylish and a perfect way to finish off any smart outfit.
Using only premium local beeswax, organic butters & oils and with natural essential oils (to make them smell great) all products are 100% natural – with no petroleum jelly or artificial anything in sight… and to make things even better, Neve’s Bees offer free delivery as standard. This gift pack has a more manly feel and perfect for Dad, husband or grandfather with 1 Lemon & Lime Lip Balm, 1 Buttermint Lip Balm and 1 Original Lip Balm each in an 8ml Slider tin in our ‘Brown Paper Packaging’ gift box.
How about a brewery tour followed by beer tasting? Pprogress around the Hook Norton brewery where you’ll see their original steam engine, learn about their history and how they make their range of delicious beers. After a tour of the stables, if they are in residence you’ll be able to see the lovely Shire Horses who still deliver beer to local Oxfordshire pubs in the traditional way.
How about something a little different with a sushi making workshop from Oxfordshire based Roll With Me. They’ve had workshops at The Batch Café in Bletchingdon and The Jam Factory in central Oxford.
Looking for more ideas? Check out the Christmas Gift Guide roundup from Family Budgeting.