It's that time of year again when we honour the Dads in our lives. The past few months have been strange for all of us and we may not have even been able to see our Dad's. For separated families it may have meant that children may not have been able to their Dad's either.
Dad's may have stepped up to help with the housework and home schooling the kids. They may have been that pillar of support when the whole situation has you feeling low.
We think that they deserve something special this year especially so we've put together this gift guide to help you choose a gift for them.
Order and send prints back by the 7th June for guaranteed free delivery in time for Father's Day.
This bracelet is one of our most popular items for Dads and it's easy to see why everyone loves it so much.
Feature handprints or fingerprints of your little ones and you can even include a short message. These are available in 3 different sizes and come in black or dark brown. A quality and unique gift for Dads.
Show them how much their little ones mean to them with this cute hand in had design with the words "Daddy & Me" engraved to the side.
They may not be able to go anywhere that requires them to dress up and wear a smart shirt right now but as we start to get back to normal there will come a time when they will. How nice would it be to wear a pair of cufflinks lovingly engraved with your little ones handprints?
We're now 5 weeks into lockdown and have to say we're so proud of our country for staying strong and staying in during this unprecedented time.
We know you may be getting bored or running out of ideas of things to do so we've put this blog post together for inspiration of things you could do during lockdown.
Set up an outdoor cinema in the garden just like one of our followers, Louise did.
She even had hot chocolate, popcorn and candles!
Camp out and pretend you're at a festival in the garden. It's going to be a while before we're able to attend festivals so bring the same vibes to your garden and camp out too (the beauty of this is that at least you have luxury washing facilities)
Dye your hair rainbow colours. Because why not?! It's a fun thing to do and no one will tell you off or see you if it goes horribly wrong.
Create a handprint keepsake. To record your little ones handprint at this time. It's also a fun activity to do with your little one because they love getting the paints out and making prints. We've made this lovely printable where they can colour in the rainbow and then pop a handprint below it.
Download yours here.
As well as this how about creating a time capsule of this time?
How cool would it be to pull this out in a few years or even on their 18th birthday? You can download yours here.
Start a family craft project. We're not saying your should or should not be keeping busy during this time because everyone is dealing with this in their own way but we know a lot of people find comfort in crafting. It's a great way to take your mind of things and feel like you have accomplished something at the end. Some ideas could be learning to knit together, creating a scrapbook to collect memories from lock down or making things for around the home. We love some of these ideas.
Remember to take some time out for you. It's hard trying to balance homeschooling with everything else, especially if you're also having to work too. It's so important to take some time out for yourself too, as hard as it may be. Try and do at least one thing a day, even if it's for 5 minutes. Some ideas could be to enjoy a bath, paint your nails, read a book, meditate, do your favourite online exercise class or bake.
We hope you're coping ok during this time and we'd love to know what you've been up to. Come and join in the conversation on Facebook or tag us in your posts on Instagram.
Take care and stay safe.
Team Bella & Bow