Father’s Day Hamper #Giveaway CLOSED

Sunday 21st June 2015 here in the UK is Father’s day. My husband is a pretty amazing father and so deserves spoiling as much as possible. To give you some more ideas of how to spoil your dad here are some additional present ideas. PLUS each one* is available to one lucky reader in my Father’s Day Giveaway!!!

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The Father’s Day Hamper

Father's Day Hamper #GiveawayI think hampers are such a great idea, especially when you put them together yourself. The Father’s Day hamper includes everything a dad could need to make him feel special throughout the day.

The Way to a Man’s Heart is through his Stomach

My youngest child will inevitably wake up really early, excited that it is his dad’s special day and want to spoil him. Therefore, the first item I have included is some Duerr’s Strawberry Jam (£1). This has 45g of fruit per 100g. I felt that this was a safe way for my 6 year old to spread on some croissants safely.

Father's Day Hamper #GiveawayAll by Mama have some beautiful gift ideas made by mums. I shall be taking another look for Teacher Gift ideas. I knew that the Zac & Lily Breakfast in bed kit (£10.00) would be just perfect to include in the hamper. Included is some very important Teapigs Tea temples – so that my 11 year old can be making his dad that all important morning cuppa. Whilst my 7 year old can follow the instructions to make American pancakes (add an egg and milk with the measuring cup, add the mix and whisk). Then whilst I fry the pancake there’s a breakfast tray mat for the youngest to colour in. They can then use the pancake shaper to the pancake and extra special touch.

Father's Day Hamper #GiveawayI was sent the Vintage Soup Spoon, hand stamped “Souper Spoon” (£14). I also really liked the “Dad’s Tea” hand stamped Vintage Tea Spoon (£11). The spoons can be personalised so I will definitely look into ordering one for Christmas.

For lunch again the small children can help by preparing dad a sandwich using Duerr’s Peanut Butter (£1.99) with 92% roasted peanuts for a crunchy texture. It is gluten free and suitable for vegetarians and vegans**.

By dinner time the teen will be awake so we will be treating dad to a barbecue. The older children can cook or dad can do it himself (if that is what he enjoys). Jack Daniel’s Barbecue sauces (£1.99) have a whole range to compliment the food. There is Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey Barbecue Glaze, perfect for slathering on ribs, rubbing into chicken and glazing pork; smooth original; full flavour smokey; extra hot habanero and Barbecue Glaze Smokey Sweet. For recipe ideas check out the website: jackdanielsbbqsauces.com***

Father’s Day Something to Wear and Keep

Father's Day Hamper #GiveawayFather’s Day wouldn’t be the same without the token clothing gift. Whether it be socks, a tie or if you really want to make dad feel special then why not get him a new shirt. House of Fraser do a great range of shirts, cufflinks and ties. I opted for the Criminal Criminal Jimmy Short Sleeved Check Shirt (£40). As you would expect this is a good quality shirt and feels really soft. It has a real front pocket and perfect for both smart and casual events.

Father's Day Hamper #Giveaway
Or what about a watch? The Scruffs Sports inspired Digital Watch (£19.95) is water resistant and shock proof – so perfect for whatever dad wants to get up to with his day.  Functions include telling the time (who knew?), an alarm, a light and a stopwatch. In a funky orange colour.

 

Father’s Day Quality Family Time

Father's Day Hamper #GiveawayWhat is lovely about Father’s Day is that we make it a time to stop. Dad doesn’t need to be tiling the bathroom, or fixing the dishwasher, it is just a day to relax. Why not keep him sat down with a family board game. University Games have a range of games guaranteed to make Father’s Day special whatever the weather. I opted for 5 Second Rule (RRP £19.99). A game of quick thinking and fast talking, for 3-6 players ages 8 and above. The object of the game is to answer the most questions by giving 3 answers before the ball twists down to the bottom of the 5 second timer. If players name all 3 they get to move forward a space on the board, with the winner being the one who reaches the finish first. With added PASS ON and SWITCH cards if a player does not want to answer and pass it on to another player. With the Danger Zone meaning they have to get three right or they miss their next turn.

PINKODDY READERS have a chance to make their own great Hamper like ours* when a winner is randomly selected on Father’s Day. Just enter the Rafflecopter and answer this question in no less than 10 words:

AS FATHER’S DAY WILL BE OVER WHEN YOU RECEIVE THE PRIZE THEN WHAT WILL YOU DO WITH IT, OR WHO WILL YOU GIVE IT TO?

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* Subject to availability. Some items may be substitute or a slightly different number available. For example the shirt will be a size medium Label Lab Pheonix Plaid Check Heavy Wash Long Sleeve Shirt – reduced to £44.00. Please note that they WILL NOT be available in time for Father’s Day 2015. The prize WILL NOT resemble a hamper and the prizes will be sent from the individual companies. It is up to the individual winner to arrange their prize as a hamper if they so wish. No hamper basket is included. Additional food purchases will be required to make the hamper such as croissants and meat for the BBQ.

** Disclaimer: according to information on the Tescos website. Pinkoddy takes not accountability for this information.

*** Website is for over 18s only.

I received the above items free of charge from varies PR companies in order to make a Father’s Day Hamper and run a giveaway. No other financial compensation has been given. All words and opinions are my own. 

319 thoughts on “Father’s Day Hamper #Giveaway CLOSED”

  1. I will give it to my husband because he deserves it,he works so hard all year round so he should have a treat anytime of year,fathers day or not.

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  2. I would give it to my husband from our daughters because he never treats himself and it would be nice to show him how appreciated he is 🙂

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  3. It is my dad’s 65th birthday next month so if I am lucky enough to win this great hamper, I will give it to my dad on his birthday! Thank you!

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  4. This prize would be for my Dad, he is always there for me and his Grandchildren… and now Great Grandchildren!

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  5. Wow what lovely gifts, ok so I’d keep the jam mmmmm, I’d give my dad my dad the tea and the spoon, I’d give hubby the watch and shirt & give the game to Paige for us all to play.

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  6. I would still share the prize with my Dad and I’m sure the rest of the household would end up eating some of the jam and peanut butter!

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  7. I would share it with my son, it’s just as much a treat for me to see him get pleasure out of it as well 🙂

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  8. WILL GIVE IT TO OUR DAD. DESPITE BEING ILL FOR 4 YEARS, HIS ALWAYS STILL OUR ROCK, OUR HERO AND HIS HUGS SQUISH THE LIFE OUTTA US! X

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  9. I would surprise my husband with this fab load of treats to cheer him up. He’s still recovering from his accident and hates being so limited with this mobility and unable to be the breadwinner. Fingers crossed!

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  10. I would give it to my brother, once his son/daughter has arrived. I want to start giving him ‘daddy’ presents as early as possible.

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  11. I’d still give the hamper to my Dad, because it doesn’t just have to be Fathers Day or his Birthday to treat him 🙂

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  12. I would let my boys give it to their Dad for Father’s Day as it would show their appreciation for what a great father he is.

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  13. I would give this prize hamper to my fiancé. My own father / Dad died when I was young ( my Grandparents died before I was born). My fiancé was close to his Dad, unfortunately both his parents died some years ago :- before we met. We are both fond of children, and have children within our families who will be coming to our Engagement Celebrations. We have aimed to ensure that they will be included :- activities and entertainment suitable for them and adults ( some exclusively for the children).

    My fiancé is a good male role model and family man, his birthday is this month. He is kind , generous and caring with / for others. Whilst he would be thrilled to know how he is appreciated, he would make good use of the hamper items. His family, friends, neighbours etc would be delighted to hear of his delight to receive such a gift :- An acknowledgment of his Nurturing Caring Nature.

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  14. I would give this to my partner as he never asks for anything it would be nice to show him how much he is appreciated.

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  15. I will give it to my husband, for his birthday, and because he’s the best father our children could have had.

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  16. This is a gorgeous prize and I would give it to my darling husband of 26 years. He has always been a wonderful husband and father.

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  17. I’d give it to my wonderful husband as we have just celebrated our 13th wedding anniversary and he deserves this (plus a huge medal!)

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  18. My Other Halfs most favourite sauce ever to have with steak is those Jack daniel ones, so I would make him a steak dinner, so he could have his favourite sauce and then hopefully he could repay the favour by using the breakfast in bed kit to say thank you!!!!!

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  19. I would give it to my husband, from the kids. It might not be in time for father’s day, but that would add to the surprise. We shouldn’t really wait for father’s day to tell him how great he is and how much we love him.

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  20. I would split it between my dad and my kids to give to my hubby. My dad does not live local to me so it will not matter if it’s a little late as I will not see him for a while anyway 🙁

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  21. I’d give my Dad the shirt and board game (as every time I visit we always play one) and my use the breakfast in bed kit to make something special for my fiance.

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  22. I would give it to my daughters to give to their their dad. My husband doesn’t care about the special days he is just happy when they are happy to see him

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  23. My husband – he’d be so happy to get a gift on a day that isn’t Father’s day. He’d especially love the shirt and sauces!

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  24. I would give the shirt to dad, and then hold a family BBQ, so he could show it off, and we could share all the hamper goodies.

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  25. me and my son would make daddy breakfast in bed then make him jack Daniels pulled pork burgers for dinner he loves jack Daniels and maybe some peanut butter cookies for a treat. the shirt will help smarten him up the watch might make him be on time for once. the 5 second rule games is funny daddy says at dinner time if food stays on your plate longer than 5 seconds he can eat it 🙂 it makes my son eat all his food so daddy cant have any 🙂

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    • Read that wrong – not less than 10 words!
      He deserves something good for himself as always thinking of others.

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  26. I’d give it to my hubby from my daughter – he does so much for both of us and he is a great husband and father.

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  27. I would give it to my partner because he has told me not to spend any money on him for father’s day this year as we are saving for our wedding.

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  28. My Dad totally deserves the hamper as he goes out of his way to help in any way that he can all the time. A great Grandfather to my daughter.

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  29. I would give it to my better half, he works so hard to look after us all and deserves a treat. I’m cooking for him on fathers day but this would make a lovely surprise post fathers day 🙂

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  30. I would give this to my Dad to say thank you for helping us. But I think my husband might try to pinch the Jack Daniels Sauce

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  31. I will share it between my husband and two adult sons, but I quite like the orange watch for myself. Oh! and I do like jam. and that game looks fun. Oh! dear, I might just have to keep it myself.

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  32. Unfortunately my little girls dad is On Call from 9am till 9pm on Sunday (Fathers Day) so dont you think he deserves a surprize

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  33. I will split it between my Dad – cos he’s mine and therefore wonderful – and my partner who gets 1 pair of socks from his three boys on fathers day if the remember when it is.

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  34. I would give it to my husband, he’s a wonderful, thoughtful Daddy to our 2 boys and this would be a well deserved treat x

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  35. I’d give it to my hubby…although I tell him often how much he’s appreciated we’ve not got a lot of spare cash atm so a gift would be nice 🙂

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  36. I would let my son give it to his dad, telling him it was Fathers’ Day 2 – because all the best things have a sequel!

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  37. I would give it to my husband as he has been the most amazing support to me and my son this last year, he is incredible and the best stepdad ever.

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  38. I would split it up! My dad would still get most of it, for his birthday in August and the rest at christmas, but I might save a couple things to give to my brothers

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  39. I’d still give it to my husband (on behalf of the children) but maybe for Christmas – it would certainly save me a fair bit!

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  40. I would give this to my dad of course, I don’t think anyone appreciates their parents while they’re growing up so I like to try to make up for it now x

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  41. Oh, I will still give it to my fiance! As a belated FD gift!
    He is rubbish at dates anyway, so he probably won’t even notice it has been and gone! :p

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  42. I would split it between my dad and my nephew (who is also a dad) they both work hard and do the best they can for their kids which is pretty much all you can ask for from a dad

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  43. I WOULD GIVE IT TO THE OLD GENTLEMAN NEXT DOOR. HE IS 89 AND LIVES ALONE. HE HAS NO FAMILY AND SELDOM GOES OUT. I HAVE HIM ROUND FOR SUNDAY NIGHT TEA, EVERY TWO WEEKS. AND HE LOVES MY LITTLE CUP CAKES.

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  44. I would give it to my partner as he works so hard and does all the housework looks after the children, washing ironing and cleaning as he is too unwell now to work- so i go out to work and he handles everything else

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  45. I would give it to my partner as he is a fantastic dad to his two daughters and two stepsons, he plays loads with them liek he is one of the kids but always there for them with a cuddle of if they just want to talk, he would love this x

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  46. I’d give it to my dad for Father’s Day as he is on holidays a the moment and will miss Father’s Day so it would be great for him when he get back.

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  47. I would give it to my other half as a special treat, I don’t see my dad to give him anything for father’s day anyway so my partner would get it for all he does for us

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  48. I would still give it to my dad! I’m not seeing him til the end of the month and we are planning a good catch up with a meal out and other activities over his weeks stay.

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  49. I would give this to my stepfather. He’s the one that raised me and that in itself deserves some recognition =)

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  50. I would give it to myself! As a parent, step dad and foster father to 8 kids (of all ages) I think I probably deserve it! 😀

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  51. I would save it for my Husbands birthday from our daughters and as his birthday is only a few days before our next baby arrives it can be a new Daddy gift too, PERFECT!

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  52. I’ll give it to my Dad. He appreciates surprises and to have it after the day would be an actual surprise 🙂

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  53. I would split it – I would put the strawberry jam with some homemade scones and clotted cream to make an Afternoon Tea hamper for a friend going through a tough time, the Breakfast in Bed kit I would surprise my mum with because she deserves spoiling 😉 and the rest I would keep as the existing hamper and give it to dad as a belated Father’s Day present!

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  54. I would still give it to my husband for being a great dad to our 2 children, although I might ave to share a few things in it like the Jack Daniels sauce!

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  55. I would give this to the best hubby, Dad and Grandaddy in our family. A lovely way to thank him for the many things we love him for 🙂

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  56. I would still give it to my Dad. He isn’t local so I can’t spend the day with him tomorrow. but looking forward to a catch up next month x

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  57. I would give it to my dad he’s had a difficult few years and i know this lovely gift would put a smile on his face

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  58. if we win, i will be sharing this with my daughter and two sons, their dads not around, so we kind of just get on with things x

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