It's that time of year where it's all about the dads (well and Summer of course!) if you aren't aware on the 19th of June it's Fathers day and here on Dungarees & Donuts I like to feature a variety of different bits and bobs as well as gift guides. I only believe in sharing things which I believe are great presents, most of these things on this gift guide I know my dad personally would enjoy so that isn't to say your dad won't, but if you're stuck for ideas I have featured four amazing products which are budget friendly as well as guaranteed to make dad smile! Let me know in the comments what you think of these ideas and any you may have as my dads birthday is a few days before Fathers day so, double whammy!



1. Frederick Thomas Ties
I am honestly so in love with these amazing ties from Frederick Thomas, when you buy a relative a tie it is often seen as a boring and simple gift. But with the help of Frederick Thomas and their 200+ ties you are spoilt for choice, in every colour imaginable and even ones with animal print on you're sorted for the foreseeable!

2. Scratchable Map
This is a perfect gift for my dad because he travels for a job so I think it would be interesting for him to keep a map of all of the places he's been around the world. Iwoot offer a range of these scratch maps so even your dad doesn't travel abroad get him the UK one and you can even add your own twist to it!

3. Something Personal
The amazing people from getting personal have a huuuuge range of presents to suit everyday going, and even better you can just about everything personalised, from a beer glass to a chopping board and even a dressing gown. You're bound to find something quirky and personalised.

4. The Coffee Machine
Over the last few years coffee machines have become huge and with them dropping in price for high quality machines it's the perfect time to treat your dad. With everything from a pod coffee machine to a bean one there are so many colour choices and price ranges. Based on all budgets you can treat your dad to the perfect machine. The one pictured is from John Lewis.

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