Father’s Day Gift Guide 2011 – Part Four

Fathers Day gift guide

Our final post in The Paper Package’s Father’s Day Gift Guide is focused on gift ideas for professional dads (and we’re including in this category metro men, intellectuals, gadget geeks, creatives and more – all those dads out there with plenty of intelligence and style 🙂 )

Our first pick for these dads is…

1. Classic Black Moleskine Journal

RRP $43.00 including delivery

Moleskine Black Large Ruled Notebook

Moleskine produces the premier range of personal stationery and notebooks in the world today –
highly sought after for their quality, user-friendliness and design integrity. This popular large, ruled journal is the ultimate accessory to a professional’s life – the perfect place to record business notes, travel plans, financial goals, creative ideas and more.

Moleskine Notebooks

500 Moleskine Miles by The Hike Guy

If you’re not sure what dad would like for a gift this year then this is a great choice. He’s bound to be impressed by the quality construction, and it’s hard to explain without using one, but they really are fantastic to write in. And as you can see from “The Hike Guy” notebooks above, once you’ve started using Moleskine notebooks it’s hard to stop!

Note: this isn’t just an idea for urban intellectuals either – these notebooks are ideal for using as fishing, hunting and hiking journals, ship’s log books and more…

2. Leather Card Case by O’Check Design Graphics

RRP $42.00 including delivery

Fathers Day Gift Guide - Leather Card Case

How to make a collection of business cards or credit cards feel like they have some soul? Keep them in this lovely thick, soft, brown leather card case! Made with love and care by O’Check Design Graphics, Korea – this case makes a lovely gift for Dad.

Comes presented in a nice dark grey recycled cardboard gift box – which we then also wrap in brown paper & string with gift tag attached.

3. Sugar and Spice Gift Box

RRP $44.00 including delivery

Fathers Day Gift Guide - Sugar and Spice Gift Box

A traditional type gift box of shaving soap, shaving/skin oil and chocolates which is totally elevated by the DELICIOUS smell of the soap and oil. Bay-tree spice smells awesome and any man in your life is sure to love it!

The Sugar and Spice Gift Box includes:

  • Scully’s Bay Tree Spice Soap bar; made in NZ
  • Scully’s Shaving Skincare Oil; made in NZ
  • 1 dozen handmade foiled chocolate hearts; made in NZ
  • Black gift box (148 x 105 x 50 mm) & vintage gift wrappings
  • Handmade gift tag by HappyHound, North Carolina
  • FREE automatic upgrade to courier delivery included

4. Classic Pen Set

RRP $56.00 including delivery

Fathers Day Gifts - Classic Pen Set

Some people think pens are a really boring thing to give for a gift, but really, what rubbish!! Isn’t everybody totally sick of ballpoint pens that run out after you’ve written half a line? Pens just aren’t what they used to be, and that’s why giving Dad this stylish plus super-high quality German manufactured pen is such a great idea. He will love it!

Fathers Day gift guide - lamy logo

Made of gorgeous brushed steel, this Lamy pen could last a lifetime, and comes complete with the giant Lamy M16 refill with enough ink for 8000 metres of writing.

This stylish little gift box also includes some old-fashioned mints and silver foiled handmade chocolates. Cool.

5. I.T. Dad

RRP $90.00

fathers day gift guide - I.T. dad

This is the ideal gift for all those gadget/computer-loving dads out there… a touch of analog!

Perfect foils to their digitally-driven lives, this fantastic original gift set features an ingenious memo mousepad and internet journal from New York stationery company Galison, along with a Lamy Logo brushed steel pen and cute notepod notepad (formally made in Australia – but closed down by apple cos they don’t like anyone copying their stuff apparently even though it’d made of paper!)

This handy, practical collection of quality stationery products makes an original and memorable gift for Father’s Day.


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