Do your kids absolutely love the Tooth Fairy? Mine do! They will push, pull, twist and tug at a tooth to get it out so the tooth fairy will pay a visit. My oldest daughter has lost almost all her teeth already so that gave us a chance to experiment and see what things went over well and what didn’t.
Our kids aren’t really motivated by money so a dollar or two under the pillow isn’t very exciting. I usually try to find a little toy or treasure instead and all the effort is so worth it to see their bright little smiles the next day.
Here are all sorts of fun ideas for your own tooth fairy plus a letter just in case the tooth fairy forgets to come. (Sadly that has happened twice in our house and oh the guilt! 🙂 )
- Tooth Fairy Receipt Printable– a really cute keepsake for your child from the toothfairy.
- Tooth Fairy Letter and Envelope– Template and Instructions
- Tooth Fairy Door– Absolutely adorable DIY door
- Tooth Fairy Printable Notes
- Tooth Fairy Letter– 5×7 size
- Forgetful Tooth Fairy Letter- note from the Tooth Fairy when they “forget” to come.
- Gold Coin Tooth Fairy Free Printable– You can use either real $1 gold coin or gold chocolate coins.
- Tooth Fairy Dust Pendant– DIY instructions for these pretty little necklaces.
- Tooth Fairy Pillow with Hidden Pocket– You can use Fat Quarters for this project and the miniature door is so cute.
- Tooth Fairy Certificates– These can be dated and you have several to choose from.
- Tooth Fairy Bags– Free template with a cute tooth shaped pocket.
If you would prefer to purchase something to use, this tooth shaped pillow is $3.99 at Target. We actually have this one and it’s really cute.
We also have this fun book- Moonlight Tooth Fairy. My youngest always reads it on nights she lost a tooth. Plus the book comes with a little tooth fairy pouch.