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Father’s day is almost here and we want to help you give your Dad something truly original this year!

We have 10 ‘relax in style’ packs for Dad up for grabs, that include our Hedzup Beach Rest plus a Wetbag to keep belongings dry, and sand free! Valued at $50 each.

There’s nothing better than lying on the beach, and listening to the sound of the waves crashing on the shore while you soak up the warmth of the sun. But lying flat for hours isn’t comfortable, and let’s not mention how bad it is to get sand out of your hair.

Made from a high-quality cotton canvas with a foam insert with a pine frame, the Beach Head Rest by Hedzup allows you to lie comfortably, keeping your head naturally elevated. Perfect for camping, outdoor concerts, picnics, sporting events, or simply relaxing in your own backyard. Each headrest comes with its own white cotton drawstring bag and folds flat so it’s super easy to carry!

Grab yours here: https://hedzupco.com/category/beach-head-rests/
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Check out our other family-friendly products over at www.hedzupco.com including our much loved Neoprene Tote Bags, Neoprene Baby Carriers (perfect for Dad’s too) & much more!

Please note this competition is open from 20 August 2018 until 2 September 2018 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. S. FairleyVIC
  2. S. DanaherNSW
  3. A. CasalanguidaQLD
  4. N. HillQLD
  5. T. MorrisVIC
  7. M. McIntyreVIC
  8. C. AndreaQLD
  9. L. BurkeSA
  10. T. KlingspornVIC
  • My daughter wrapped up a packet of liners for her Dad this Father’s Day, saying here’s a soft and fluffy pillow. Don’t worry Dad accidents happen. She couldn’t stop laughing the whole time he was opening it!!!

  • we used to give dad a pack of Bluebird Toffee wrapped in layers and layers of paper so it looked like something bigger, We thought it was hilarious, but in retrospect I’m sure it wore thin after the first few times

  • A pineapple – it was what he wanted or so I thought but he was hinting to favourite chocolates pineapple lumps, I just never got the hint!

  • I was a kid and gave my dad a Sylvester (looney tunes character) placemat..only now that I’m older I understand the look of loving appreciation/amusement on his face.

  • I gave my Dad a bouquet of meat. I rolled up salami in pieces of brown paper then made a bouquet with them like you would long stemmed roses.

  • when Nan was teaching me to knit many years ago I made the most hideous mix matched scarf for my dad – and he wore it! (not to often)

  • comical underpants

  • Father’s Day in 2013 was on the same dad as my nanna’s birthday. We accidentally swapped the wrong gifts, nanna got a nice tool kit whilst my partner accidentally received a large box of yarn and needles!

  • Gave my dad tickets to Puppetry of the Penis stage show, because he liked comedy, he was not amused! Told me never to give him another present again.

  • My kids gave my hubby a shirt saying happy farters day, they thought it was the funnest thing ever. And they made him wear it out for lunch.

  • MY Father suffers with dementia and we gave him puzzles to do with string and boards and knots. It was great fun watching him try really hard to work it out and eventually days later he came up with it.

  • Kids selected for him a pair of “toe” socks…because the socks had their favourite rabbits on them. He really hates wearing thongs, certainly with socks, but the socks get worn with conventional shoes!

  • We gave my dad a recreated photo of us from when we were little

  • When the kids were little hubby kept talking about getting a pool table. So I got him one. Only trouble was it was only about 20 cm long. Of course it didn’t help when one of the girls ate one of the balls, thinking it was a lolly.

  • A tiny tabletop ping pong table, measuring one foot x 2 feet, given to Dad after he was saying how much he missed playing ping pong after he downsized and had to sell his table tennis table.

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