Father’s Day is coming — Sunday 2 September.
Dads are a funny bunch. They can be serious or ‘punny’ (#cringe), active or creative, Mr Fix It or super hipster.
No matter what kind of dad, spoil him with a gift and card he’ll love this Father’s Day from Milligram’s fun and stylish collections.
Father’s Day — Active Dad
Never one to sit still — help along his next adventure.
When I was around 4-years-old my brother and I would constantly barge into dad’s music room while he was recording music, and we would start singing and banging our little instruments, totally ruining his recordings. But to his credit he would never get angry with us — he would continue on and in that moment enjoy playing music with his sons. Adam Jelic, MiGoals
Father’s Day — Serious Dad
You can rely on him — and he can rely on these tools.
My father is a typical Bavarian. He wears a moustache, likes to be cozy, often looks grim and doesn’t talk much. However, behind the rough facade he is a patient listener, a tireless bedtime story reader, a technology enthusiast, a fantastic playmate, a good teacher, a loyal supporter, a strong protector. In short: an absolutely loveable, diligent and honest family man. Daniela Rosenhammer aka Mrs Redfries, Redfries
Father’s Day — Handy Dad
Forever tinkering away? If it’s broken he can fix it!
As a kid we spent summer in our beach-house on the French west coast. Dad used to drive us around in a cheap convertible car named Citroen Méhari. Dad just bought the exact same car for fun (and happy memories) and drove me around last weekend, 30 years later. Maxime Brenon, Papier Tigre
Father’s Day — Creative Dad
Pen or brush always poised — help him bring out his creative spirit.
My father has always been the driving force that helps push me to be my best. He was the most supportive father, not only by his words but rather his actions.
By immigrating to another country to make a better future for his kids or spending his nights and weekends in the cold watching me play football. There was never an occasion where he was absent, and the older I get the more I realise how important it is to have a dad like him. His support and sacrifice helped me mould myself into the person I am today. Kevin Garcia, Karst Stone Paper
Father’s Day — Hipster Day
A dad with a finger on the pulse of cool
My father is a compassionate man who radiates the most beautiful energy. He brings joy to everyone he meets. My earliest memories revolve around water — whether it be riding the back of his windsurfer, snorkelling, swimming or surfing, he has passed on his love and respect for the ocean. His excitable nature and adventurous spirit to always push the boundaries have made for incredible stories and the best childhood memories. Michelle Quinn, Milligram Studio