How to celebrate Father’s Day with your kids: 7 awesome gifts that will make a huge difference

Father’s day is fast approaching, and as you prepare to spend time with your family, here are some of our favorite ways to share the festivities.

We have so many great ideas for what to do with the extra time we have, but it’s important to be mindful of the little things.

When you do plan on spending time with the kids, here’s a list of gifts to keep in mind.

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A birthday cake with all the goodies: A good friend of ours and I are always looking for ways to make the holidays more special.

One of the best ways to do that is to have a cake, and if you want to make it yourself, the recipe is on our recipe card below.

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A homemade apple-pie filling: We love making apple-cake muffins, and this is one of our favorites.

It’s so simple, and a great way to use up leftover apples, and even some leftover fruit, to make a full-sized pie filling.

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A handmade birthday candle: There are a lot of great candles to use for birthday parties, and we like to start out with one of those handmade candles to make your party a bit more special, and your guests a bit happier.

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A personalized candle light show: There’s no better way to light up a room than with a candle, and it’s always a treat to make something special for your guests, and for yourself.

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A party candle: It’s always nice to share a candle or candlelight, and these candles are a great idea to share with your guests.

We’ve shared these candles in the past with our daughters, and they’ve been a hit.

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A DIY candle holder: There is no better candle holder than one made by my sister.

It comes in a few different styles, and you can make your own one as well.

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A gift card: Some gifts come with a gift card, and that’s what you want if you have any leftover money to give to someone special.

If you don’t have a gift, you can always make one yourself, and share it with someone special, like a family member.

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A mini-fridge to keep your beverages chilled: If you’re planning to do any shopping for Father’s year, you’ll want to get a refrigerator to keep everything cool, and to keep them from freezing in your fridge.

Make sure you use a small one, so that it fits snugly in your house.

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A Christmas tree to decorate: Another great way for your kids to share their favorite holidays is with a little Christmas tree.

Whether you have a tree or a little one, make sure you add a few decorations to it to make sure it looks beautiful.

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A photo album: If it’s a holiday, you want a photo album to share it all with your friends, family, and loved ones.

Here’s a great one we found on Pinterest.

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A special gift: Whether it’s your own, a family gift, or something you just really want to give, you should definitely give something special to someone.

Make it something they’ll be proud of, and something they will cherish forever.

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A fun birthday party hat: A hat that fits perfectly in your home can be one of the most important gifts for any parent, because it’s just a beautiful way to show off your family’s holiday spirit.

If the hat you choose is a regular size, the size of the hat will determine how big of a birthday cake it will be. 13.

A holiday ornament: A few of our daughters’ favorite things to share are the presents they make, so we’re always on the hunt for a way to get them out of the house and onto the floor.

Make this happen by decorating your house with some sweet decorations.

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A home d├ęcor piece: We’ve had many great requests to make our own decorations for our homes, and our favorite way to do it is by cutting out our own designs, so you can give your home a little more personality.

We made a few patterns and we are sure you’ll love them.

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A book for your dog: A great gift for your pet is a book, and the books you buy for your pets can add a lot to their enjoyment and happiness.

Make the book your own by cutting it out and giving it to your dog, and then giving him a book to read while you’re at the table.

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A small, one-of-a-kind item: If your kids want to go camping, make a tent and bring it along.

Or, if they’re going to a party, you could give them a gift basket that they can enjoy and put together with their own handmade designs.

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A little bit of your favorite holiday spirit: A small bottle of wine, a few bottles of wine to share and enjoy, or a bottle of your own homemade wine