Father’s day is this Sunday! So, please don’t forget the poor guy. Here are some last-minute easy gifts for the dad in your life.
Cook for dad! Instead of taking him out, make him a home-cooked meal. Here are a few great recipes courtesy of good-ole Martha Stewart.
Freshen dad up! Encourage him to toss the boring bar soap. Get him Molton Brown’s new Sport collection: includes a 4-in-1 Sportwash that works as a face wash, shampoo, body wash, and shave gel; an antiperspirant Sportstick; and a Sportsbalm to soothe achy post-workout muscles. Retails for $72, also sold al la carte from $22-$26
Keep dad healthy, sort of, with a 30, 60, or 90-day supply of Tcho chocolates, a daily assortment of delicious dark chocolates.
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Get the kids involved. Have them make dad a crafty gift.
Father’s day coupons, these pre-printed coupons are a great way for the kids and moms to offer dad some freebies, or any good deed they write on one of the blank coupons. Just download and print, make a cover, and fasten, staple, or sew a booklet together. Download the template here.
Dab Libs card, with this clip-art fill-in-the-blanks Father’s Day card, the kids can get specific in pinpointing Dad’s traits, like his favorite foods and what makes him laugh, with an artistic interpretation of him drawn in the frame on the card’s front. Download the template here.