Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) June 06, 2013
With Father’s Day coming up fast (June 16th), its time to start looking for a great gift. Freefindingmom.com has introduced two new articles to help sons and daughters get dad what he really wants this year. The first article, “The 25 Best DIY Father’s Day Craft Ideas”, highlights the best DIY Father’s Day gift ideas Pinterest has to offer. This helpful list is sure to get anyone’s crafting juices flowing. Don’t stop there though, make sure to also read "Father’s Day Freebies and Deals" which will give sons and daughters more great ideas for Father’s Day and save cash.
Kids should not assume they know what dad is dreaming about this year. What dad really wants may not even be on their radar. According to a survey conducted by RetailMeNot.com, a popular online coupon provider, only 35% of dads surveyed want a Father’s Day gift that costs money and 40% said they wanted quality time with their family (O’Connell, 2012).
With the help of Freebiefindingmom.com’s great articles, kids can get dad just what he wants for Father’s Day: quality time and a hand-made gift that costs little to no money (see “The 25 Best DIY Father’s Day Craft Ideas” article)! Some suggestions include cookies shaped like remote controls, artwork, hand-print ties, a paperweight made from a hand-painted rock, and a stress ball. As for quality time, play catch, cookout on the barbecue, or play cards; after all, spending time with dad costs absolutely nothing. That’s definitely a great bargain!
If a store bought Father’s Day gift is more appealing, there’s nothing wrong with that, and Freebiefindingmom.com’s article offers some great deals including 20% off of several popular magazine subscriptions including ESPN, Family Handyman, Field & Stream, and Popular Mechanics and a free personalized mug and photo book.
One more word of advice from the Freebie Finding Mom - don’t forget Father’s Day! After all, fathers are the second most important parent (just kidding). Whether kids get dad a store bought gift, make something, or simply spend time with him, he’s sure to appreciate it. Extravagant measures really aren’t necessary for kids to show their dad how much they care. After all, a whopping 60% of fathers surveyed said they expected no gift at all on Father’s Day (O’Connell, 2012).
http://www.FreebieFindingMom.com is written by a money saving, savvy shopping mom that offers freebie finding tips, coupon tips, and bargain hunting tips to consumers. The advice Kelli provides comes from world experience and a financial background. She is passionate about helping consumers save big money and have fun along the way. Each day she shares the best freebies of the day, hottest deals and more. Follow her on Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, YouTube, or her new obsession, Pinterest.