Are you short of Father’s Day ideas this year (like me), or is everything ready and waiting for the weekend? I’ve rounded up some ideas from Crystal’s Tiny Treasures that you can use to inspire you this Father’s Day. Click on either the links or the photos to take you to the blog post with all of the information. Today my children are working on these Father’s Day fill-in-the-blank poems. There are 2 different poems and each comes in a choice of recipient (Dad, Grandpa, and Papa). Last year the kids made Daddy a car and bike care kit for Father’s Day. It was fun for them to put together. It was filled with practical items that have been put to use many times over the past year. If Dad likes to read, the kids can make some paper beads and turn them into a unique bookmark. There are also many ideas from other great bloggers included in this post.
If you have a young daughter, a copy of Daddy’s Little Girl would make a touching gift for Father and Daughter to share for years to come. To see the impact this book had on my husband, you can read about it in his own words here. If you’d like to surprise Dad with a new recipe on Father’s Day, you can’t go wrong with Welsh Rarebit (grilled cheese with a twist). These simple thimble cookies go down a treat for both the old and young alike! These chewy triple chocolate chip cookies will be a git with Dad or Grandad! If you’re looking for something a little more substantial, try a Guinness steak pie for dinner. It’s Phil’s favourite! For more ideas now and in the future, be sure to see our Father’s Day ideas page! Now I have to figure out what to do for Phil that he hasn’t already seen! What will you be doing for Father’s Day?
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