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This year let the kids surprise dad with a gift they spent time making. Homemade gifts are more personal than a shirt, tie, house shoes or wallet. Dad will treasure a gift made from little hands. A good start is by making a card. Get creative! Bring out the markers, paints, scissors and glue. Let the kids go wild with their imagination! Draw pictures, leave handprints or write dad a sweet message to let him know how much he is loved!

  • For a dad who likes to cook, an apron decorated by the kids will make an awesome surprise. Personalize the apron with a message like ì# 1 COOK or DAD - BEST BBQ COOK EVER. READ MORE....

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