Need some tips for what to do for Dad? We, of course, are all going to be wrapping some new ties as gifts for our Dads. So we thought we would share our choices this year and a few links to some fun crafts for Father’s Day that were inspired by ties.

First, our Father’s day choices:

A bow tie with a calming mix of red and white on linen. Makes you very presentable.

Mac makes Dad seem very presentable.

A power tie for the laid back Dad

A power tie for the laid back Dad

Sometimes Dad just needs a push. Well Whitaker is here to help. Give Dad the gift of the power tie that works for even the most chill guy. Let him take over meetings or just sit there looking like he is in charge. The slim necktie version of Whitaker doesn’t look too bad either.

We love the soft red on this linen fabric. It’s a chill bow tie with a lot of style. Looks great on white or blue shirts. Just the right touch for Dad to lighten up sling time. Check out the classic width necktie version of Mac.

We love reading other blogs too. We found this really great way to make a Father’s Day card that looks like a bow tie. Check out the post over at Oh Happy Day, a San Francisco party maker. Here is the link: http://ohhappyday.com/2014/06/printable-fathers-day-bow-tie-card/ and a picture from the blog:

Printable Father's day card from Oh Happy Day

Printable Father’s day card from Oh Happy Day

We found a fun way to make a necktie themed Father’s day card over at http://www.littlefamilyfun.com/. They posted it on Pinterest as well: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/506866133034913128/. Go check it out and get inspired!

Hope you have a great Father’s day.