Does Dad already have everything he needs? If you’re having trouble finding your dad a gift for Father’s Day, you are not alone! Which is why liquid chalkboard markers can be helpful little tools!
Over the years, many dads have already accumulated just about everything they need or want. That leaves us kids with the task of finding the perfect gift when it seems like there aren't many options. What would be the perfect gift for the dad who has everything this Father’s Day?
Sometimes, the gift of imagination can be the most wonderful thing. Father’s Day is a day when Dad deserves to be comfortable, with his feet up as he relaxes on the couch watching his favorite sports team or a movie with the whole family. This is where DIY tricks of the trade come in!
Give Pops the Best In-House Movie Treat
- The first thing you need is to grab a DVD of Dad’s favorite movie or a movie he is aching to see but has not yet had the chance.
Make sure to have the TV or home theater ready. Then, of course, prep up the couch so it's perfectly comfy for your one and only king of the family castle.
- He will need a beverage and popcorn, of course. But not just any popcorn. He needs popcorn delivered in a way that says he is the “Best Dad” in the world!
- Grab a popcorn box and use your liquid chalkboard markers to draw on the box using Dad’s favorite colors. You can even give it your own twist and draw designs or write a special message on the popcorn box or add any other touch that you know he will like. My dad likes rockets, so I'm going to draw small rockets all over the box.
- Thinking of making a card to go with the popcorn box? That’s a great idea! You can use chalkboard paper. With your handy liquid chalkboard markers, you can write the message “To the Best POP in the world!” With a heaping serving of popcorn and a cold soda pop on the side, he’ll love it!
Sometimes you don’t need to spend a lot to make Dad happy on Father’s Day. Pop will surely appreciate the small gesture that a home movie can bring and the imagination you used with liquid chalkboard markers. Try it now for Fathers’ Day!