Studies say that sometime around 200BC in Babylon, a boy called Elmesu carved a Father's Day message on a clay card. And Father's day was born. Fast forward about 4000 years, and here we are.(actually a girl called Sonora Dodd came up with it in 1910, in Spokane, Washington. Her dad was a really top guy). But the clay story is pretty good. I personally love the idea of giving my dad some personalized rock, but in the event that your kiln isn't working, we can highly recommend popping into Lulu for some excellent dad-ly things he will appreciate.
Not sure what to get? Come down and grab a card, some fancy socks, and take a sunday stroll in the 25 degree glory. done!
|knitted socks, $22.95|
|man apron, $24.95|
|essential grooming, $29.95|
|nothing says paternal like clean boots|
|ship in a bottle, $19|
|fluf lunch bag, $32.50|
|a coffee classic. $14.95|
|bike sign, $90|
|nice cards, from $5ish|
Lulu is open on Sundays. Oh and every other day as well.