Father’s Day is right around the corner. It’s time to show Dad how much you care with an amazing gift. Though you could give him a fancy new watch or a drill, you may want to consider something more personal. A gift from the heart is worth a million new ties, don’t you think? After all, how much did your dad love all the cards you made for him when you were a kid? Those cards were his treasures. Now that you’re older you can give him the upgraded version of a hard-dran card: A custom book. Are you ready to learn more about a custom book for Father’s Day? Well, let’s get started.
Gifts are best given straight from the heart. When it comes to putting together a book for your dear old dad, you might want to consider what it is that makes your bond special. Do you have old photos of the two of you goofing around? What about photos of your dad’s major accomplishments? These would be great in a custom photo book. We offer a wide selection of options for your photobook that will be sure to touch your dad’s heart. You could also put together some special poems, stories, or other works o fiction that show your dad how much he means to you. Think of this as macaroni art for adults. It comes from a genuine place of love and it will mean a lot to your dad.
Bibles are often handed down generation after generation. They belong to the family and carry with them all of the memories and hopes of the past. If your dad’s bible is in disrepair, then you may consider getting it refreshed for Father’s Day. Imagine his face when you show him you care about his faith and about his traditions. We can also add custom embossing to your bible, if you want to give it some extra flair.
Advantage Book Binding wishes you and yours a Happy Father’s Day!
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