It’s time face the facts. You have the most adorable dad in the world (besides mine). Make sure he is aware of this revered designation because it will finally explain to him why he’s constantly getting smiles from everyone from old ladies to little kids. And if he claims that this isn’t the case: that’s just even more adorable! Am I right?
Chalk It Up to Sheer Adorableness So, this Father’s Day, compile your evidence in Mixbook’s fabulous new photo book theme called Father's Day Chalk. With chalk-drawn neckties, “I heart dad” doodles, toolbox art, top hat and ‘stache pics, “World’s Best Dad” banners and fun quotes, this trendy design will frame dad to look like an ultra hipster – ironic or not. The design works equally well if you’re making the book for your own father or if you’re creating the book on behalf of your kids for your baby-daddy. A variety of layouts allow you to create fun collages and meaningful vignettes alike.
Perfect Ten Then there are dads so awesome that you just want to rattle off all the things you love about him. Mixbook’s 10 Things I LOVE About Dad template lets you list two-hands-worth of reasons he rocks. And while you can always add extra pages as needed using the easy Mixbook editor, we encourage narrowing it down to really bring in to focus the truly incredible things about your dad.
Quotable Dad Whether every word that comes out of your father’s mouth is genius or just – without fail – uniquely “him,” put together a book of classic Dad-isms. Make sure he’ll find them funny (we recommend running them by his spouse, best friend or siblings to verify), then illustrate each one with a fun photograph.
Our Hero If your dad serves or served in the Armed Forces, create a book that celebrates his role as your hero. With unique layouts specifically for Marines, Army, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard, you can customize the design of your Military Heroes photo book to perfectly suit his branch. Each layout features appropriate colors, mottos and expressions. Don’t forget to close the book with a great photo of him coming home. He may look like a noble hero in every photo from page 1 to 25, but we feel confident that on that last photo of him picking up the kids he’ll be – without question – adorable.
Happy Mixbooking! Happy Celebrating Dad!!