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Father's Day Ideas

Father’s Day Ideas

Even though your dad still might not know how to work his smartphone, he will appreciate any sort of gesture you do for him this Father’s Day. Here are some ways to tell him how much you care, and maybe get him a little better at working technology.

Post a tribute to him on Instagram

This is a great way to shout out your dad on his special day. You have plenty of options for pictures to post, as we all know dads tend to take some pretty funny selfies. Take this opportunity to give him a laugh. If you’re feeling a little more sentimental, however, you can post a throwback picture of you and him and write a sweet post dedicated to him. Whether you write a dad joke or write an ode to him, there’s no doubt he will appreciate your love.

Take time to find him some interesting DIY projects on Pinterest

It seems like all dads have a knack for building things, especially when it comes to furniture. But what if you gave your dad something fun that he would actually enjoy building? Pinterest is full of great projects, ranging from beginner to expert and everything in between. This could be a fun bonding experience for the two of you to have on Father’s Day.

Create a video for him and post it to your YouTube channel

Nothing beats a heartfelt gift, and your dad will love your video tribute to him. Including some home movies and old pictures of you and your family and even he will be moved to tears (though he’ll deny it later). In the process, you might even be able to teach him a thing or two about working with YouTube.

Whatever you do, your dad will appreciate it. However, if you’re stuck and need a little push, check out a few of these ideas and try something new. Father’s Day is right around the corner; get started now!

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