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Cheap Father's Day present ideas

Sep 1, 2008

  1. Handmade card – my friends at Hallmark probably won’t be too happy with me but a hand made card will mean alot more to dad than a bought one. And its free!
  2. Cook up a treat – we all know that the way to a man’s heart is through is stomach … so make a cake or some pancakes for dad this Father’s Day.
  3. “Father’s Day Special” passes – make up a few passes that dad can exchange for when he wants chores done like the car washed or the dishes cleaned. Perhaps you can also have ones that have you playing footy or dolls with dad.
  4. Quiet Time pass – for some strange reason, I think dad will really like this one
  5. Footy Pamper Package – we know that dad loves his footy so why not pamper him during the footy. Serve him drinks, make him some pies and give him a neck massage when the footy is next on TV. He will feel like he is in a Corporate Box at home.
  6. Write a poem/letter – write down the reasons why you think that dad is so special
  7. Sing a song – you could even record it & put it on CD so that dad can listen to it in the car on the way to work each day
  8. Collage of pics – show all the fun times that you have spent together
  9. Father’s Day Awards – be creative and draw up an award like World’s Best Dad. Guaranteed to make it onto his wall at work or in the study.
  10. Bacon & eggs – Dad will feel like a king when you serve him breakfast in bed. Just make sure that you don’t burn the toast.
  11. Have a picnic &ndash make up some sandwiches & take dad down to the park for a fund day for all of ye.

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