Father’s Day is fast approaching and it looks like the majority of people won’t be able to spend it with Dad this year so we’ve put together 10 ways you and Dad can celebrate from a distance!
1. Bake a long at home 👨🍳
This one is really fun (and can get a little competitive 😉). All you need to do is find a baking recipe you and Dad like the sound of, send him and yourself the ingredients needed and set up a call where you can bake the recipe together! Plus you won’t have to share the sweet treats at the end 🙊 We suggest this fool-proof recipe…
2. Cook a long at home 👨🍳
Same rules apply but this time you’ll be cooking dinner together! 🍳 We think Dads will appreciate something beer based so give this one a go…
3. Selfcare 🛀
Dads need selfcare too! Send Dad the ingredients he needs to make his own moisturising beard oil a long with this easy recipe…
4. Craft 🧵
If you’re lucky enough to spend Father’s Day with Dad then why not get crafting together to pass the time?! View our craft ingredients here and get creative… The alternative is to send Dad a selection of craft ingredients and give him the task of creating something. When you are able to see each other next, exchange your DIY gifts! (We suggest a scented candle 🕯️)
5. Tea Hamper ☕
Let Dad put his feet up and relax with a range of refreshingly natural loose leaf teas! A fun task you can complete together is creating your own tea blend… From Chamomile, Rosehip and Peppermint tea to Rooibos, Nettle and Green tea, there’s something for every occasion (and we’ll deliver them to his door 🚚) View teas here.
6. E-Gift Card 🎁
An e-gift card allows Dad to pick his own Father’s Day gift! What’s more, the gift card will be sent straight to his phone on Father’s Day! View our gift cards here.
It’ll be a very hoppy Father’s Day if you give Dad the gift of brewing his own beer… Who doesn’t want the satisfaction of brewing their own beer at home?! It’s the gift that keeps on giving (and maybe when this all blows over you can try his beautiful batch!) View brewing ingredients here.
8. Write A Bucket List 🌈
Plan 10 things you and Dad want to do together when you’re able to see each other. For example a trip to the cinema, go for a walk or even taking a cooking class together… Write your mutual bucket list on to 10 pieces of paper, fold them up and pop them in a jar. When you’re able to see each other again, pick an activity from the jar and get planning your fun day together! Something to look forward to once this is all over 😊
9. Pancake Competition 🥞
Okay, this one is probably our favourite because it involves baking, eating pancakes and more importantly beating Dad in a pancake flipping competition! All you have to do is make a batch of pancakes (YUM!) then record yourself attempting as many pancake flips as possible. Send to Dad and see if he can beat you!
10. A simple phone call 📱
Simply give dad a ring! Have a chat and don’t forget to wish him Happy Father’s Day!
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