Tooth Fairy Crafts for Kids

From tooth fairy printables to a tooth fairy pocket, here are four crafts to house that ready-to-pull tooth and get something special from the Tooth Fairy.

If you’ve got a child at home with a loose tooth right now, it’s time for them to give it a few extra wiggles as Tooth Fairy Day is right around the corner! Planned for Aug. 22 (and sometimes in February, depending on which website you’re reading), there’s not a lot that goes along with this holiday. But I’m guessing if you lose a tooth on this day it has to make for some extra good luck! To surprise your child with an almost-ready-to-pull tooth, take a look at this week’s roundup ideas.

Short on time and forgot to get ready for the Tooth Fairy’s visit? Take a look at this list of reasons why the well-known fairy didn’t make an appearance courtesy of Busy Mommy Media.

Tooth Fairy Printables

When leaving some money in exchange for a loose tooth, don’t forget to include a report card on how that tooth looked. The Suburban Mom offers up a fun printable to leave behind for your child.

 

Tooth Fairy Pocket

These colorful tooth pockets are fun for your child to make as a no-sew project or for you to make on your own as a surprise. Sometimes Homemade shows you how.

 

Printable Tooth Fairy Notes

Have your child keep in touch with the Tooth Fairy thanks to these cute printable notes from Handmade Charlotte. My favorite? A reminder to floss for the Tooth Fairy to send in return.

 

Tooth Fairy Pillow Tutorial

Worried about blowing your Tooth Fairy cover when leaving money under your child’s pillow? Consider making this pillow from How Does She. The small pillow can hang on your child’s door, making for an easy retrieval and drop-off process.

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