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I am SO excited to partner with Minted today to share a few Father’s Day gift ideas ANY dad would love! Minted has been my go-to for Christmas cards and wall art over the years because of their gorgeous designs and quality products. LOVE LOVE LOVE their minimal, chic aesthetic and the fact that the art has the ability to make any photo look super high-end.
There are a TON of Father’s Day gifting options at Minted and they’re all 20% off + free upgrade to priority shipping til 6/11/21 with my code LOVELUCKYLIFE20 :). Rounding up some of my faves + sharing what Chris is getting this Father’s Day!
Personalized Photo Art
A couple things I love about Minted’s photo art…
- you can choose the size
- you pick framed or unframed + the framing options are GORGEOUS! I love the white, natural, black, and white herringbone
- the ‘glass’ is actually plexiglass so no possibility for breaking
I chose an 18×24 version of this for Chris and just used a variety of pics from the past year! I made them all B&W for a cohesive look and love the way it turned out! The frame is grey.
Personalized Photo Gifts
A calendar is always a great, practical yet personalized gift. You choose the start month + you can enter in custom dates (think birthdays, anniversaries, etc) to show up on the calendar. Many of them also have template choices where you can choose how many photos are shown on each month.
Also adore these custom drawing-to-art pieces – you snap a pic of a drawing or even handwriting and Minted transforms it into a beautiful piece of art. We have a portrait of Porkchop that Quinn drew at age 6 and it’s adorable. For Father’s Day, have your child write a note or draw a pic of them with dad.
Lastly, I am SO excited to gift Chris these custom photo journals this year. For the past 5ish Father’s Days, we’ve had a generic notebook that our kids use in lieu of Father’s Day cards. They write little notes, draw photos, trace hands, etc. This way, all the memories & Father’s Day sentiments are in one spot, versus in a card that gets trashed. We’re upping our game this year and I got each child their OWN journal for Father’s Day messages. The journals are SO cute, easy to personalize, include free personalization options for the cover and in the inside, and you can choose lined or plain paper.
Hopefully this gives you some major Father’s Day inspiration!