My dad’s at the age where if he wants something, he buys it. That makes buying a Father’s Day gift – or any gift for that matter – a stress-inducing task. What to do? Make a gift basket with things he uses often and that need to be (or eventually need to be) replaced. Put the items in a basket or bucket, wrap with cellophane, if you feel so inclined, and you have the perfect gift for your Dad!
Some items I often include for my dad are:
- car wash soap
- gardening gloves
- his favorite K-cups
- toll tokens
- wine or beer
Throw in a gift card to his favorite restaurant and you have a gift Dad is sure to use!
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