A Photo Gift for Father’s Day

I’ve talked before about how much I love the little accordion brag books from Pinhole Press. (This was the third year we’ve made them at Mother’s Day!)

Now they offer a leather brag book that would make a wonderful present for dad to keep out on his desk or take along on a business trip—or for the grandfather who can’t be bothered with those pesky smartphones.  And good news: readers can get 15% off through Father’s Day with the code Hither15 at Pinhole Press.

When I was younger, I would often make little photo books as gifts for my parents—there’s one particularly blurry (but heartfelt) anniversary album that’s still usually out at their house, something I made with our first color scanner (a relic). It took me about a million years to collect the photos, scan them, and assemble them.

Not much has changed: I still like the idea of making something personal when it comes to gifts for mom and dad. Only now, in much less time—and with much clearer images.

What did you used to do for your dad at Father’s Day when you were a kid?

This is a sponsored post, but all opinions expressed are my own. Pinhole Press has been a longtime favorite of ours (for kids, too). Get 15% off through Father’s Day (June 15) with the code Hither15. Order by June 4th with economy shipping for Father’s Day Delivery. 

[Pictured with: Club Monaco Men’s Carry-All (similar

); BillyKirk Dopp Kit; Ray-Ban Folding Wayfarer Sunglasses
; Tie by JCrew; Zara Shirt]

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