Cute Tooth Fairy Ideas
With my oldest quickly approaching the “loosing teeth” stage, I figured it was time to brush-up on the latest in Tooth Fairy traditions.
Tooth Fairy Book
I love having a collection of children’s books for all types of occassions and childhood events. Getting a Tooth Fairy books is no exception. It helps stimulate the mind and imagination and adds to the magical excitement of the Tooth Fairy.
Tooth Fairy Box
A Tooth Fairy box is a great keepsake that your child can keep forever. These Tooth Fairy boxes would also be a great gift to give to a child who has lost their first tooth.
Tooth Fairy Pillows
Gone are the days of putting the lost tooth under your pillow. The latest thing to do is put the lost tooth in a Tooth Fairy pillow. There are a number of sites online that just sell Tooth Fairy pillows, but the cutest Tooth Fairy pillow I found was a DIY craft project.
mmmCrafts provides a fantastic tutorial for the cutest Tooth Fairy pillow I could find. Check out this cute Ballerina Tooth Fairy pillow tutorial.
Tooth Fairy Certificates & Printables
In addition to the traditional Tooth Fairy leave behind of money, a printed certificate from the Tooth Fairy is a great way to leave a keepsake to put in a scrapbook.
Office of the Tooth Fairy Kit
The Official Tooth Fairy Kit contains one letterpress Certificate of Record for filing with your local Tooth Fairy and one reusable silkscreened cloth deposit bag for your first and all subsequent transactions. The offical certificate keeps record of name, age, tooth lost, method of extraction and compensation information.
This is a super cute and memorable way to leave your child’s teeth for the Tooth Fairy.