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12 Gifts Ideas to Say “Happy Father’s Day To My Husband”

Let’s face it, ladies. When it comes to Mother’s Day/Father’s Day gift giving, mom’s often get the short end of the stick. I don’t know what it’s like in your marriage, but I am often thinking about what to get my husband for Father’s Day long before the actual day. I know for a fact that my husband often picks out my Mother’s Day gift the night before or the morning of the holiday.

How fair is that, right? I mean I do all the cooking, cleaning, child watching, etc. All he does is work… all day long… every day. Okay, I guess that does deserve a little recognition once a year, right? So, I came up with this awesome list of gift ideas for this year.

Gifts to Say “Happy Father’s Day To My Husband”

Language Lessons

Give the gift of language! What’s better than helping Dad check off one of his bucket list items? This unique gift is perfect for those always wanting to learn and those who love to travel. And the best part, it’s all done digitally! 

What’s even better? You dad’s can learn with your child! In response to school closures affecting more than 800 million children worldwide, Rosetta Stone Inc. has announced that it will be giving three months of free language learning to all elementary, middle and high school students worldwide. Parents can visit to claim a free subscription for a language of their choice. 

A Virtual Fitness Membership

I don’t know about your husband, but my husband tends to put on a few pounds during the winter months. So, what about a virtual fitness membership? Many online fitness classes are offering discounts right now too. Channels you can add to Roku, Apple TV, etc. include Daily Burn, Beach Body, Open Fit and more.

Environmentally Friendly Fire Logs

Known as the greenest and most versatile firelogs on the market, Enviro-Log Firelogs are the ultimate firewood substitute. They are quick and easy to light and don’t need a firestarter to get going. They are made from 100 percent recycled waxed cardboard boxes that are used to transport fruits and vegetables to grocery stores.

Not only are they a recycled product, but when compared to firewood, Enviro-Log Firelogs burn cleaner, emitting 30 percent less greenhouse gases, 80 percent less carbon monoxide and 86 percent less creosote. Enviro-Log Firelogs are also great for emergency preparedness because they have an infinite shelf life and are safe to cook over. 

Artisan Soaps and Body Washes

Rattlesnake Soap provides organic, natural options for men to get clean in the shower. They make bespoke, premium shower basics made with the highest quality ingredients and always free of detergents, sulfates, artificial fragrance and alcohol.

Their products are all organic and formulated with essential oils. Instead of the chemicals commonly found in other soaps, we use essential oils derived from plants because nature knows what it’s doing. So get your guy to lather up! Check out

The Classic Grill Gift

While this may seem a little cliche for a Father’s Day gift, there is a reason why so many wives give their husband’s a grill for Father’s Day. Because there is fire involved, your husband will be more than happy to cook dinner while you relax and enjoy someone else doing the cooking for once!

Those are just a few ideas that I’ve had for a Father’s Day gift that I can also benefit from. Whatever you end up getting, your husband will appreciate knowing that he is appreciated. Good luck picking just one! And, don’t forget to enjoy your… I mean his gift!

Eco-friendly, Comfortable Jeans

Your guy can look sexy and still be environmentally responsible. Again and Again is a fashion brand that exists to inspire circular living through more comfortable jeans designed to never be thrown out. Instead, they upcycle their jeans into new ones using a clean chemical recycling process. The secret is their 100% lyocell fabric, which makes our jeans softer, lighter, and more breathable than cotton.

A Wine Club Membership

Last year, I said Happy Fathers Day to my husband with a wine club membership. Family owned and operated, Cellars Wine Club we has been delivering wine gifts since 1999. Because gifts are 70% of their business, they have tailored their website to showcase wine clubs for every budget and level of wine appreciation.

Book a Virtual or Future City Brew Tour

Booking a virtual experience or future tour with City Brew Tours is the perfect gift for the men in your life this Father’s Day. City Brew Tours offers all-inclusive beer tours with roundtrip transportation, lots of beer, food, and behind-the-scenes access to the best local breweries in 11 cities across the US and Canada. Now, for the first time, they are also bringing the craft beer fun home with their live, beer-themed interactive activities online. Visit:

Every element of their jeans’ design has been carefully considered with comfort and sustainability in mind: from their jeans’ dark wash (saves water in production) to their rivet-less design (makes upcycling possible) to their non-leather back patch (saves cows and reduces greenhouse gas emissions). 

Help Your Hubby Make the Perfect Moscow Mule

I said Happy Father’s Day to My husband with this Gift a few years back. I love these copper mugs that are handcrafted traditionally by Moscow Muled. They are ideal for a number of different cocktails and beverages. Dads (and moms) can enjoy a fun family experience with a nice cold cocktail (for the parents) and mocktail (for the kids)!

At Moscow Muled, all copper mugs are premium and handmade using 100% pure high-grade food-safe copper. The company sells exclusively online and ships its products worldwide from its warehouse in the United States. Website:

A Snack Box Subscribtion from Craft Jerky Co.

We’ve tried this jerky and really love it. With a subscription to Craft Jerky Co. Every month, Your Hubby will get the latest in craft charcuterie curated from small-batch artisanal producers. Each month’s collection is filled with mouthwatering morsels to cure the cravings and tickle the taste buds of any choosy carnivore — and the fridge-free, easy-seal packages also make it perfect for summer outdoor excursions like hiking or camping trips

A Wood Carving Kit

Wood carving is a great hobby for anyone to try. It’s the perfect activities for your husband if he’s still working from home too. The Bear Craft Wood Carving kit is on Amazon a budget friendly option.

Get Him a Man Crate

I just found this website the other day. It’s got practically anything you could want for all kinds of dads and husbands. How about a personalized whisky making kit or a watch making set? There are lots of great activities for dad to do with the kids too. Could this birdhouse kit be any cuter? Visit

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  1. Christian Alejandro says:

    He never took a day off in his career as a dad.

  2. Christin W says:

    What makes my dad special is that he’s a very caring person and extremely giving and such a hard worker for his family.

  3. Eileen Boyce says:

    He does so much for us and loves us!

  4. Cassandra D says:

    Very encouraging.

  5. Dana Matthews says:

    My dad has the sweetest, kindest disposition. He would give the shirt off of his back to anyone in need. He’s an old joker too! He loves to make people laugh and he’s been known to tell a good joke, or two! I’m honored to be his daughter.

  6. Amber Cheras says:

    He has a big heart always puts everyone else before himself

  7. Robyn Bellefleur says:

    My dad was always our biggest cheerleader in anything we did.

  8. JanD says:

    My dad gives great advice.

  9. donna porter says:

    He was diagnosed with cancer 2 years ago. Through all the treatments and pain he worked daily to provide for our family. he is truly my hero!

  10. LeAnn Harbert says:

    My son works 7 days a week to take care of his girls.

  11. Sarah Oswald says:

    My dad died when I was 5 but my husband is a wonderful father he takes care of his family and he is a volunteer firefighter so he takes care of his community too.

  12. Hesper Fry says:

    He was a hard-working man, who put his family first. He gave great advice and was loving person. Sadly, I lost him last September and miss him every day.

  13. Lisa V. says:

    My dad was a proud Navy man.

  14. Juanita a May says:

    He is an awesome dad and grandpa. He loves his family and always puts us first.

  15. My Dad is always there for me.

  16. Dan Denman says:

    My dad loves his family dearly. He loves talking with or spending time with all of his kids, grandchildren, and great grandchildren.

  17. Antoinette M says:

    My dad is always there to listen and give advice!

  18. Carolyn D says:

    I really can’t say much about my dad because I was raised by a single mom. My great grandpa was somewhat of a fatherly figure until he passed away. He was honest, funny, and a great story teller. I loved spending time with him.

  19. Ann says:

    I can’t even begin to describe all the ways in which my dad is special. I could and will certainly will try, but it would take so many words and so much time.
    First, I’m currently living at his house (with him). He let me move in when I fell on very hard times, and had nowhere else to go. The living situation, and the home/house in general, are far from ideal. There’s quite a lot of stress. However, we make do. I’m so grateful for him, and… oh, I’m tearing up. He’s a pretty good Shark. 🙂

  20. Andrew P says:

    My dad is always there for me, taught me my work ethic

  21. Anita Jude says:

    He is always there and has a big heart

  22. Robin says:

    My Dad was always there whenever I needed him.

  23. Laurie Nykaza says:

    My dad was always so much fun to be with we miss him very much.

  24. Shirley Emitt says:

    He is always there for us.

  25. Seyma Bennett Shabbir says:

    My dad is always calm and logical. I have always been able to come to him for great advice.

  26. Lauren U says:

    He has always been there for me!

  27. Daniel M says:

    he’s always helping us all out

  28. Diane says:

    He knew how to make me laugh, and fix anything around the house. He could do electrical, plumbing and so much more

  29. Rebecca Orr says:

    There is a strong possibility that my dad is not my biological dad. I found out as an adult. He still took care of me and loved me as his own even though he has known since I was a baby.

  30. Angela heerde says:

    My dad is special because he is a nice person and very helpful to others.

  31. Tabathia B says:

    my grandfather was such a great person, he always spent time with us learning about our day and shared his passions with his grandchildren

  32. Liz N. says:

    My father-in-law is always there to help anyone! Such a kind, giving man – and he did an excellent job of teaching that to my husband!

  33. Jennifer Reed says:

    My husband is steadfast and patient with me and our children.

  34. Del says:

    He was a good, kind, loving person.

  35. Barb G says:

    He passed 2 years ago Colon Cancer. But, he was a good Carpenter with his own business. He could build a house from scratch roof & all and only had a 5th grade education.

  36. Jennifer Rote says:

    My dad was never in my life. My sons father was absent also. I’ve never had a father type person in my life.

  37. aaron reck says:

    A lot of dad’s stepping up to the plate and helping deliver in their life, family’s and community. That is great and wonderful. I would gift to my brother who is a father as I lost my dad some time ago.

  38. Jeanna Massman says:

    My husband is a wonderful father and grandfather. He always puts his kids first.

  39. Breanne says:

    My dad is very caring.

  40. Karen Propes says:

    He raised my Daughter when I married him. He did so much to teach her what she needed to know about life. He added so much to my teachings. He made sure he showed her all phases of life, from festivals, traveling and showing love to others. He was always there to be a mentor and she loves him so much and is passing on those teachings to her children.

  41. Dawn Ballo says:

    My husband is an amazing cook.

  42. Betsy Barnes says:

    My father is a fantastic listener!

  43. Michael is my daughter’s stepdad- he has “stepped up” to points that aren’t expected of him. He’s great.

  44. latanya says:

    his support and sense of humor

  45. Krista M says:

    That he laughs about something every day, his humor gets us all through the toughest times!

  46. Susan Christy says:

    My dad was so nice! He never met a stranger and remembered everyone.

  47. Molli Taylor says:

    my husband really stepped in and became a dad to my kids even though his were stolen frrom him. we are now reuinted with all them1

  48. polly says:

    My husband is such a wonderful husband, dad and grandfather. He is always there for everyone in the family! Huge heart!

  49. Serge B says:

    My Dad was very calm and gave great advice

  50. Laura B. says:

    He has a great sense of humor and is a wonderful cook.

  51. Linda says:

    My husband is really goofy and plays well with our kids.

  52. Tiffany S says:

    The special thing about my grandfather is that he is always there for his family.

  53. Donna D Newman says:

    unfortunately at this time my father aren’t speaking but the ‘father ‘ figure in my life is the best. an

  54. Ashley says:

    My father isn’t in my life. -Shrugs-
    But, my mom is AMAZING!

  55. Laura DeLaRosa says:

    My dad and granddad are no longer with us. They both loved fishing.

  56. Michelle H. says:

    My husband is the dad of a very large family who loves all of his kids and is a man of integrity.

  57. Sandra Dufoe says:

    My husband is always there for me and supports everything I do as well as with the kids.

  58. Heather says:

    My husband is a great father and the best guy I know.

  59. Ashley c says:

    My DH is special because he loves our son so much and would do anything for him

  60. Karla R. says:

    My husband is the most amazing father to our girls. He loves to read and play with them!

  61. Heather S says:

    My dad is thoughtful and helps everyone. He is also a talented artist.

  62. rebecca snodgrass says:

    Definitely the grilling set!

  63. Amanda Whitley says:

    my husband is the special dad in my life because he is always there for the kids and they absolutely adore him. He is also stepdad to my daughter and treats her the same as his biological kids which means so much to me.

  64. Elizabeth Miller says:

    What is so special is that he is really my stepdad and has never, ever, one single day let me feel as though I was not truly his.

  65. Rebecca L says:

    He is very artistic.

  66. Lauren Becker says:

    My dad is an extremely hard worker!


  67. kathy Persons says:

    His dedication and love for our family~!

  68. Rochelle Haynes says:

    My dad taught me how to cook and be a great mom

  69. Cathy Truman says:

    My Father had the heart of gold. He would helped anyone, he always treated
    everyone with respect.

  70. Jenny Ham says:

    My dad adopted me at birth and 52 years later he is still here for me everyday.

  71. Kristi says:

    My dad has always been great about making time for me. He’s always so willing to help me out.

  72. Margaret Smith says:

    My Dad is a very compassionate person and always trying to help others or fix what he can.

  73. kimrk56 says:

    My dad is special because he loves me!

  74. Amanda says:

    My dad is always patient with me.

  75. HS says:

    My dad is a good listener and always on my side.

  76. wendy hutton says:

    he is a hard worker, and a very caring considerate man

  77. Kim Henrichs says:

    He’s the kindest most caring man who raised me to live my life the way I wanted to.

  78. Janine a says:

    My dad is the funniest guy I have ever met

  79. Huguette E. says:

    My Dad is special because he was always there for us. Now he suffers from Parkinsons and I’m there for him.

  80. Kristen Joiner says:

    My dad was just a really kind person. He was an all around handy man and would always give his time to other people to fix things around their homes that they couldn’t, from elderly neighbors to those who just didn’t have time. He didn’t talk a lot and because of that he was a great listener. He was amazing. 🙂

  81. harolde says:

    He is always there for me, no matter what, I can call him and he will come help at the drop of a hat.

  82. Barrie says:

    My stepdad passed away last month. Although he came into my life when I was an adult, I’ve known him for half my life! He taught me the fun of sports and helped me grow my love for the Packers!

  83. Christina Gould says:

    What is special about the dad in my life is that he is always available to talk to me. Thanks for the giveaway!

  84. Clem says:

    He was smart and protected the family.

  85. Nancy says:

    My dad has passed but my boyfriend would like the grill set.

  86. Jennylyn Gross says:

    My hubby always put his family first

  87. Cheryl B says:

    My dad is special to me as he always supports and believes in me.

  88. beth shepherd says:

    My dad was super funny. He always had a joke and a smile to lift ya up.

  89. Ellie Wright says:

    I have 3 fathers in my life. My husband and father of our three sons, who are also all fathers themselves now. All are hardworking men that supports their families every way they can. All are special to me.

  90. Cynthia C says:

    I love that my dad always encouraged me to be a strong, independent woman.

  91. Sandy Klocinski says:

    My dad taught me to be brave (because if I fell, he was there to catch me). My dad taught me to ride a bike and drive a car. Whenever I was afraid to take a risk he’d remind me: “You’re a Tiger, you can do anything!”

  92. Debbie P says:

    Unfortunately there are no dads in mine or my son’s life.

  93. Nancy C says:

    My dad passed away this year. He was an unassuming, generous person.

  94. Erin says:

    My partner is such an amazing, loving, caring, selfless Dad! He is wonderful.

  95. Dana Rodriguez says:

    He is the most awesome dad, grandpa and the best friend I could have ever hoped for. He is quite the chef too!

  96. Ken Ohl says:

    my dad has passed away and I miss him every day

  97. He is a great person to his kids.

  98. Robin M says:

    He knows how to change the oil in my car.

  99. Ashley C says:

    He is very wise and always able to give me great advice!


  100. Jessica Steiner says:

    how funny he is

  101. laurie damrose says:

    My dad was loved by all and his was like a dadopedia with his knowledge of everything.

  102. Lissa Crane says:

    My dad is special because he never judges me or anyone else and raised me to do the same. He is super supportive and has always made me believe everything would be ok, no matter what the situation. He’s the best!

  103. Anne Marie says:

    I’d love to give my husband an outing or excursion of some kind. He loves adventures!

  104. kelly nicholson says:

    What is special about the dad in your life?

    watch sports is fantastic

  105. stacey mccrary says:

    My dad passed 3 years ago. Whats special about him? well he taught me how to work on cars and to expect most men will ignore me or tell me i’m wrong when i’m usually right about the vehicle

  106. Darlene Owen says:

    My dad has passed away but he was the best guy ever, he showed me how to garden which I now love.

  107. DebP says:

    My husband is so unique. I got him a raptor garden statue for Fathers Day, and he loved it.

  108. Sherry Blamer says:

    My husband is absolutely silly and a hard working man.

  109. Edye says:

    His sense of humor.

  110. Natalie says:

    My Dad is very smart so I tend to ask him questions about a variety of things. He always seems to know the solution or answer!

  111. Sarah L says:

    My dad taught me many things and was always my biggest supporter.
    Thanks for the contest.

  112. Thomas Gibson says:

    My dad is an excellent woodworker and can create a nice piece of furniture out of a junk pile of wood.

  113. Lynne B says:

    My husband makes us laugh every day. I love that.

  114. Jessica Sage says:

    He’s always there for me

  115. Jan Lee says:

    There is no dad in my life. My own dad passed away years ago.

  116. Kristen says:

    He’s patient, is a good listener, is not afraid of looking silly and is always up for an adventure.

  117. Donna says:

    What made my dad special was his kindness and generosity. He cared a lot about helping people.

  118. cynthia brooks says:

    What’s special ? He’s the take care of business sort of guy, and has the romantic gene, is loyal, when we have $ likes to plan dates or do something nice for me. And we’ve been married 13 years.

  119. courtney b says:

    he’s always there for me when I need him

  120. Ann Fantom says:

    My dad is so special to me because he is the most honest and trustworthy person I know.

  121. Clarissa Hiciano says:

    My husband is such a hard working and caring person. My children and I are so grateful for him.

  122. Jennifer Sparks says:

    My Dad has always been there for me when my car broke down to help me out. I would have gone broke with repairs without his help.

  123. Lisa Williams says:

    My husband is a wonderful father to our 3 kids,he’s a devoted husband,he helps everyone and helps take care of his 92 year old mother,he helps me with my sister who has lung cancer and my other sister who has multiple sclerosis,he works hard every day and he can fix most anything.

  124. Ashley Chassereau Parks says:

    I lost my dad last October, but he was the best dad I could have ever asked for. He was so intelligent, hard working, and generous. He was my best friend! I’m lucky to have a wonderful hubby to celebrate this Father’s Day also. He is so supportive of our kids and loves spending time with them.

  125. Susan Smith says:

    My Dad was kind loving and supportive. He taught me how to bowl and fish.

  126. Kelly D says:

    My dad is very helpful and taught me a lot in life.

  127. Amanda Patterson says:

    My dad is amazing! He is super caring and smart and spends a lot of time on the weekend with his family!

  128. Birdie Skolfield says:

    My husband the dad of my daughter is a hard worker and never quits . He is passionate about things being done his was I respect that even though sometimes I dont agree.

  129. Lori Pierce says:

    He is just an all around great person.

  130. paige chandler says:

    My dad has the best sense of humor of anybody I know

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  132. Melissa says:

    my dads the best, he taught me how to cook and fix anything.

  133. monique s says:

    He is really supportive and gives great advice

  134. Lisa says:

    My dad is always teaching me things.

  135. Katherine S says:

    My dad never made us feel like we didnt have anything and truly gave us the world. He is still always there for me and my kids now too. He is the best dad and grandpa. I have always admired him.

  136. Dawn M. says:

    My husband is an amazing father of 6 and grandfather to 13.

  137. Maureen says:

    I lost my father just over a year ago. He was a generous man who loved spending time with his family. I am the oldest of 7 siblings and he made sure that he spent time taking us on a trip just the two of us and he loved visiting us at college.

  138. shelly peterson says:

    No Father in my life.

  139. Calvin says:

    He is clever, and quite knowledgeable.

  140. Sandra Preti says:

    He’s kind, loyal, understanding, and of course one-of-a-kind!

  141. Sheila Ressel says:

    My dad was the most patient, loving man. He was outgoing and friendly and a stable and loyal family man.

  142. Pauline Milner says:

    Though my own Dad passed away 30 years ago when I was just 19, his best friend has done everything he could to fill that role. We have always been close. He walked me down the aisle when I got married and is an awesome grandfather to our children, always telling them stories of the grandfather they never knew.

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  148. Those are cute ideas and I totally get what you mean. I always tease my husband by saying, “Every day is Father’s Day!”

    One year I toyed with buying him the hammock he wanted but couldn’t do it because I envisioned myself getting mad that he’d be out relaxing while I corralled all three kids just like any other day. The kids got a little bit older and I eventually did buy him the hammock. I even use it myself sometimes.

    But the irony is…when he lays on the hammock, he gets a rest. When I lay on the hammock, one-by-one the kids trickle over and join me on it. I know one day I’ll look back at that visual and know that I had the better experience. 🙂

  149. I like the idea of an outing. I think Experiences are much better than presents.

  150. Krissy H says:

    I always have the hardest time figuring out what to get my Dad and husband; I love the idea of a gym membership though, My Dad is especially into working out and that would be perfect for him! My husband..maybe a grill set? I will have to look around and see what we have around here.
    Thanks for the ideas!

  151. I am always so stuck for ideas for Father’s Day. Thanks

  152. Jadey Sam says:

    These are very good ideas! I actually gave him some early presents – personalized chopping boards.

  153. Lydia says:

    Great ideas. I found the cutest shirt for dads that have a “track” drawn on the back. The idea is that dad lies down on his stomach while the kids ride cars all over the tracks. 🙂

  154. I haven’t even thought about this yet!

  155. Dede says:

    I’ll probably give my husband money to go golfing. Since I handle all the finances for us, he always “asks” me for money when he needs it. I want him to enjoy himself for the day.

  156. mel says:

    Oh the grilling set! My husband would go gah gah!

  157. Katy says:

    I remember one year making my dad a t-shirt. It was super simple, even had stick figures on it. Some 20 years later he still wears it and loves it. Sometimes the home-made gifts are the best. Although he does LOVE his grill too. – Katy

  158. I would get my husband the grilling set! He likes to grill every now and then. It would be awesome to have a nice set just for him.

  159. LauraOinAK says:

    I like the idea of time with their son. Maybe I should book separate days for each of my four boys with their dad this June.

  160. Jenna Wood says:

    I know my pop would love a grilling kit- I’ve got a bunch of spicy bbq sauces put together for him! His birthday is also 5 days before Father’s Day, so I tend to combine celebrations 🙂

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  162. Bre Dale says:

    Great ideas, it’s hubby’s first Father’s Day so I need to get on it!

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