I love my dad. He's given me so much my whole life long, and he continues to do the same to this day. He's taught me how to laugh, how to not care about what others may think and, yes, how to sing. He's had my back in situations where I didn't know how to win, I only knew that I had to. And while I can't pretend I've always won, I do know that with him by my side, I'll be alright. Today, to show my dad I really cared, I went overboard with personal crafts, trying to imitate a little girl's handmade gift to her father (featuring yummy foods, of course). Above you see THE PAPI BAR. It's a gourmet milk chocolate bar from Trader Joe's, but you can just as easily do the same craft with a less expensive bar. The gold foil was the real reason I chose this one. Simply take off the outer wrapping, measure the bar, and create a wrapper on Publisher. I added cute details, like custom "Nutrition" Facts and making the Ingredients his character traits. Then just print, cut and tape the wrapper around the bar. It probably took ten minutes, but that little effort makes all the difference.
Towards the far left of the above picture, you can see the corner of a printable "Dad" book for the young ones. Even though I may seem too old, I printed it out and filled it with funny, cute anecdotes. It's a great way to remind your dad you're still his little girl (or boy).
For Mother's Day I had decorated this cake at Cakemix and I realized I never got to show it to you!