Tooth Fairy Pillow Ideas
The tooth fairy pillow can come in many forms. The goal of the pillow is to make the tooth fairy’s job easier by not sticking a lone tooth under the child’s pillow. With a tooth fairy pillow or container, the tooth has a specific place to be and is placed on top of a pillow or on a night stand.
1. Tooth fairy box
The dentist gave us this cute sparkly tooth box after my son had 2 teeth pulled. It worked so well, I am going to keep it as our official tooth fairy box! The sparkle tooth holders come in a pack of 72, so you would certainly have plenty to share with friends and family.
2. Tooth fairy doll
My mom made this adorable tooth fairy doll for me and my 5 siblings. The doll comes with a tiny pouch for a tooth. The tooth is replaced with a dollar bill!
3. Tooth fairy pillow chart
4. Tooth fairy box
This adorable personalized tooth fairy box is a great alternative to a pillow. This wooden box would also be a great place for the tooth fairy to put the teeth after finding them under the pillow. Buy this box at Flowertown Weddings on etsy.
5. DIY Tooth fairy pillow
Ashley whipped up the cutest tooth fairy pillow out of fabric scraps, buttons, and felt! The pillow has a pocket sewn on the back to hold the tooth and the money. For the complete tutorial, check out The Handmade Home.
Tooth fairy letters
A tooth fairy letter is proof that the fairy exists. The next few ideas are ways to show a child that the tooth fairy really did fly in the window! These are the extra special touches that make the tooth fairy feel that much more magical.
6. DIY tooth fairy notes
All you need are scissors and white paper to make a tiny envelope complete with a tiny note. A touch of sparkle nail polish will make the tooth fairy’s note even more special!
7. Tooth fairy scroll
My childhood friend, Carla sent me another fun version of a tooth fairy note. She writes the note on a small peice of paper and then rolls it up like a scroll and ties it with dental floss. Because the tooth fairy always has dental floss handy, right?!
8. Printable tooth fairy notes
If you have a color printer, these free printable tooth fairy notes from Handmade Charlotte are another fun option. The note from the tooth fairy is a foldable pocket for hiding the tooth loot!
Creative tooth fairy traditions
9. Fairy money
Ensure the dollar bills come from the tooth fairy with a little leftover fairy dust. Sparkle nail polish turns a plain dollar bill into a tooth fairy dollar bill in seconds!
10. Tooth fairy pictures
Catch the tooth fairy in action with this free app! Download the this app, and add the tooth fairy sticker to a picture of your sleeping child. It is the ultimate tooth fairy receipt!
11. Tooth fairy receipt
I love the idea of kids knowing what to expect and being excited about it. This is exactly the case with the tooth fairy receipt tradition set up by Behance. Unfortunately, this is not a printable, but Stephanie Howell as a few tips for exact fonts to use to make your own really cute receipt.
12. Blue sparkle jar
Lost button studio has the child place their tooth in a jar of water and set it on their nightstand. The tooth fairy takes the tooth and adds blue dye, glitter, and a $1 coin! Best part? No more digging under the pillow for a tooth!
13. Tooth fairy door
14. Tooth fairy dust
15. Tooth fairy dust trail
16. Dollar bill basket
The Filthy Wizardry tooth fairy left her child a long note detailing how the tooth fairy will use the tooth and explaining the going rate of a tooth these days. It’s $1.02, thus the one dollar basket filled with two sparkly pennies.
17. Teeth storage
Here’s a clever way to store the baby teeth the tooth fairy collects. Buy this cute tooth storage box here.