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Father’s Day gift guide

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Nothing says ‘we love you’ better than a thoughtful gift. With Father’s Day coming up on Sunday June 19, here’s a few ideas to inspire you and the kids. Whether you’re helping your little ones choose a present for their dad, or want to find a gift for your own dad, take a look at some of our favourite Father’s Day buys.

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Daddy’s Breakfast jars (from £45,

Bit of an investment buy at that price, but these storage jars with solid oak personalised lids make a charming addition to your kitchen, and may stop tussles over the best cereal (no guarantees, mind).
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The Old Fossil milk chocolate slab (£7.50,

He may not appreciate the fossil joke but the sugar hit will sweeten the blow. This luscious choc slab is chunky enough for all the family to enjoy a taste.
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Things We Love About Daddy print (£9,

Ask the kids to list all the things they love about daddy and get it immortalised on a print. Prices start at £9 but you can have it mounted and framed for a total of £24. 
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PopBook, from £4.99,

If you're like us, you never print your photos out any more. But here's a quick and easy gift for dad, that you can create using your Facebook or Instagram photos. Download the app, click a few buttons, then you'll receive in the post a 21-page book collating all your photos together.
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Clinique Happy For Men After Shave (£36,

Light, crisp and masculine, he’ll love both the uplifting citrus fragrance and cheerful message of Clinique’s iconic Happy. 
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The Bright Side Man Tin (£7.20,

Spare change. Cables. Chargers. Receipts. Remote controls. Now dad can keep all this and more in one place (you hope…)
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‘Handsome’ Alphabet Bag (£22,

Hey, if you’ve got it, flaunt it. This canvas washbag will brighten up dad’s gym bag or the bathroom shelf. 
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Chocolate pie and pint, £20,

What better way to make Dad feel special this Father’s Day than with this hand crafted pint and personalised pie. Each artisan pie contains a Belgian chocolate mushroom, carrot, asparagus and onion inside.
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How to Skin a Lion: A Treasury of Outmoded Advice (£10,

If dad’s ever wondered how to pan for gold, train a falcon or smoke bacon, he’ll find the answer in this fascinating book, compiled from the historical archives of the British Library. Endless hours of wonder.
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Personalised Lily O'Brien's Chocolate Photo Box, £12.15,

This box of chocolates from Lily O'Brien’s is not only choc-full of delicious sweet treats for Dad (that you can steal, obviously), but you can also personalise it with some of your favourite photos. 
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Personalised 'I'd Do Anything for You Daddy' story book (£9.99,

Write your family story into this book and little ones will adore having it read to them by dad every night.
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Table tennis set (£9.95,

Now you’ll always have something to do on rainy days and Sundays. This traditional table tennis set transforms your dining room into a ping-pong tournament.
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Dad’s Rules wall art canvas (£16.99,

‘Junk food welcome’ and ‘Ask your mum’. Sounds about right. Kids will love giving this fun canvas on Father’s Day.
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Clarins Grooming Essentials Kit (£35,

Little bit pricey but a fab gift if you’ve got a holiday planned, as there’s everything he needs in this handy washbag including balm, face wash, shave foam and shampoo and shower gel.
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DAD cushions (£5 each,

Well, that’s one way to make sure he always gets a spot on the sofa… These cute cushions from George at Asda are a snip at £5 each.
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Star Wars I Am Your Father heat changing mug (£12,

Fill with coffee and ‘I am your father’ appears on the side of the mug. There’s a bonus shower gel, too. Perfect for Star Wars geeks of any age.
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BBQ apron (£2.99,

Why not celebrate Father’s Day with a family barbecue? Especially now chef’s got a swanky new apron to wear…
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Daddy mug (£9.95,

We love the clean lines of this minimalist mug. The ideal gift for style-conscious dads.
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Mother&Baby magazine June issue

The June issue of M&B features four pages of crafts, gifts, and activities your little ones can do to make their dad’s day - our special guide to making Father’s Day as amazing as possible. Download the June issue of M&B straight to your device.

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