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With Father’s day just a couple of days away it’s time to double check that you’ve bagged a good gift for your old man.
And if a pair of socks just won’t cut it this year then fear not, as we’ve found just the treat.
With the Euros in full swing, why not opt for a gift that’ll score you big points with any football-loving dad? Cadbury have some epic chocolate bars up for grabs and they’re all team-themed.
Whether your dad is a Man U supporter, or follows West Brom, you can bag a choccy bar from Cadbury which has his favourite team on.
The bars are all £6 and they’re the perfect treat to crack into while watching a game.
There are football wrappers with the logos of nine Premier League and EFL Championship League football club partners – including Birmingham City, West Bromwich Albion and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Other clubs include Arsenal FC, Aston Villa FC, Birmingham City FC, Chelsea FC, Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur.
You can also personalise the bars by adding a sweet message at the checkout, but act fast as Father’s Day is on June 20.
The chocolate is available to purchase in most major retailers, and online too.
You could also check out Stacey Solomon’s quick and easy Father’s Day gift idea which you can make at home.
The stunning star showed her millions of followers how to make a gift which was essentially a framed ink print of each sons' hand followed by a message they wrote using scrabble pieces.
Starting off, she shared footage of Zachary covering his hand in ink and then printing it onto a piece of paper.
Captioning the image, Stacey wrote: "So every year the boys make their dads a Father's Day frame.
"So they wanted to make this years today (don't worry their daddy's don't watch my stories) so we won't ruin the surprise."
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She then explained: "So we took out the paper that comes in the frame. Covered their hands in ink and printed it onto the paper."
Stacey instructed fans through the next step, writing: "Then the boys glued some wooden scrabble letters onto the hand and put it back in the frame."
Using her trademark 'Tap to make' method, wherein the star shares before and after shots of what she has created, Stacey revealed the finished product.
Both Leighton and Zachary had written "Love you Dad" in scrabble letters and then signed and dated the white frames.
It’s quick and easy to do, and all you’ll need is a frame, Scrabble pieces and ink pads, which Stacey explained you can get from Amazon.
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