Father’s Day Gift Guide with #Izola


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Whether you want to buy the perfect wedding gift for the soon-to-be groom or a Father’s Day gift for your husband or dad, I’ve found that the men in my life can be seriously challenging to shop for. Everyone wants to get the perfect signature gift that says “I love you!” but that isn’t always easy. I recently learned about Izola. Their mission is to create beautiful, functional everyday objects that are built to last.

All of the Izola products are made of quality materials, with intricate attention to detail. They manufacture bath products, luggage items, clothing accessories, bar tools, and more with a masculine, vintage inspired feel. Each image below is clickable, leading you to the page where it can be purchased as a Father’s Day gift. If you’d like to create a wedding registry with gifts for the bride or groom, check out their wedding collection.

My Father’s Day guide begins with an Izola signature item – a flask.  My favorite is the Private Reserve flask, which holds 3 ounces of liquid. My husband enjoys a good whiskey or bourbon, so this would be a great gift for him to take golfing with his brother. This flask is $24, and for an extra $10, you can get it engraved.

When I was a child, my dad and I used to collect stamps together. We would go to antique stores and stamp shows together to purchase the American stamps from the early 20th century. Do you have a stamp enthusiast in your family? Why not consider this vintage stamp iPad Case? It retails for $48.

The best way to begin each day is with a positive attitude. This “Put Your Best Foot Forward” Door Mat retails for $45 and would be great for any of your loved ones – father, boyfriend, husband, or brother.

Stylish and practical, this alarm clock is ideal for a bedside table. Similar styles in various colors are also available. This clock retails for $35.

Looking for an inexpensive gift? Red Cedar Incense is the perfect way to get that log cabin smell at home. This set comes with 32 incense cones and a wood incense burner for just $15.

From a gym bag to work briefcase to carry-on luggage for a flight, this Archival Zip Tote can store clothing, a laptop computer, wallet, and various accessories. Made of durable canvas, it is available in carmine red and navy blue for $118.

For the businessman, educator, or ‘big idea’ guy in your life, check out this Allwych All Weather Notebook. The large notebook measure 8-inches x 5-inches, has a tough outer-cover, and retails for $23.99.

This ‘Paddle Your Own Canoe’ Paddle Ball Set would be great for the father of an active child. What little boy or girl wouldn’t want to play paddle ball with daddy? This set, which retails for $29, comes with a mesh bag, so you can easily take it to the park or beach.

That 5 o’clock shadow seems to be the facial hair trend, so why not get the man in your life some Old Fashioned Shave Cream? This shaving cream retails for $26 and guarantees at least 90 shaves.

And finally, when looking for a practical Father’s Day gift, consider a pocket knife. This Accuracy is Everything Pocket Knife has 5 tools: a 2.25″ inch knife, screwdriver, bottle opener, can opener, and corkscrew. It retails for $19.

About Carrie Wells, Ed.D.

Dr. Carrie Wells is a college instructor, blogger, wife, and work-at-home mother to two children, Lydia (age 7) and Bryce (age 5). Carrie earned her doctorate in Special Education in 2008. After becoming a mother in 2009, Carrie began blogging as Huppie Mama to share her passions for cooking, crafting, beautifying, and her family. In 2016, she rebranded as Our Potluck Family, and her husband Richard became a regular contributor.
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2 Responses to Father’s Day Gift Guide with #Izola

  1. Kristen says:

    Love these ideas Carrie…my husband would love the paddle game! Vintage gifts are the best….

    • Carrie Wells says:

      All of the stuff on Izola is so cool! I only wish it was sold in stores so I could see all of it… although then I may spend too much money on Father’s Day 😉

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