Give Dad Art this Father’s Day
The Best Way to Find the Perfect Gift For Dad!
Not sure what to get Dad or Grandpa this Father’s Day now only a week away? Jerry’s Artarama has a great idea. Why not give Dad the gift of Art?
Father’s Day gifts are often an afterthoughts for most people. Most people think that Dad just wants to sit in his big comfy chair, eat a steak and drink a beer on Father’s Day so if a gift is given its typically a boring coffee mug, necktie or if he’s lucky he’ll get some cologne. But what if Dad wants to be a little more engaged this year. Why not show him what a “World’s Best Dad” looks like with some home made art or a card colored by the kids.
Give Dad something more meaningful this year with crafts, a manly painting or detailed sketch of him. Same goes for Grandpa. It will give him something to treasure as it shows what he really means to his family. Or create something with the special Father in your life. Art is a great way to bring together a father and his children for a Sunday afternoon. It’s a relaxing activity that allows Dad to express his creativity and spend time with others. Plus, Dad will love the thought that goes into each one of his handmade Father’s Day gifts.
If Dad is an artist himself, he might appreciate some high-quality fine art supplies from Jerry’s Artarama!
This year, Jerry’s has set up a special sales event for Father’s Day with an easy to use Father’s Day Gift Guide. With gifts ranging from easels to paints to drawing supplies at great unbeatable values and savings, the Father’s Day gift guide has all the art supplies your Dad could possibly want.
On a budget? Our gift guide also lets you shop by price so you know you can find the perfect gift for Dad next week.
If you’re not sure what to get Dad this Father’s Day, let him choose with a Jerry’s Artarama eGift Card. It arrives in minutes and has 3 fun Father’s Day designs to choose from.
This is also a great idea for the Dad who is stuck traveling or away from his kids on his special day.
Have you ever given art to your father, grandfather, uncle, or father figure before? Tell us about it in the comments below!