Losing a tooth can be as exciting for you as the parent as it is for your child. Take a look at some of my favorite Tooth Fairy ideas to make your child’s Tooth Fairy experience magical and memorable!
Some of Our Favorite Tooth Fairy Ideas
Whether your child loves writing the Tooth Fairy notes, or hiding his tooth in an interesting place, you’ll find many great ideas here.
Ideas for Tooth Fairy Boxes and Pillows
Use Kinder surprise eggs to make these stunning Tooth Fairy boxes. They’re colorful and just gorgeous. Your child will love storing his tooth in one of these!
Make this adorable felt Tooth Fairy pillow with a small heart pocket to hide a tooth in.
Your child will adore this easy to make DIY Tooth Fairy pillow, which you can make easily using felt and thread. The cute coin pocket at the front is irresistibly sweet.
Make this stunning Tooth Fairy box out of Altoids tins and ribbons, sparkles and frills around the house. A stunning keepsake for little girls to keep their tooth in and wait for the Tooth Fairy!
This cute personalised Tooth Fairy bag, with your child’s name on it, is something sweet and easy to try and make at home, or buy! A lovely bag you can reuse for each tooth.
Lost Tooth Certificates
Make a printable Tooth Fairy certificate that shows some sweet details such as where the tooth fell out, which special tooth she collected, and how shiny the tooth was.
If you’re looking for a sweet Tooth Fairy certificate to print at home, use one of these! They’re free and come in pink or blue.
Take your pick of Tooth Fairy certificates from this sweet collection! Print your favorite one and give your child proof of the Tooth Fairy’s magical visit.
Letters from the Tooth Fairy
Your child’s interactions are only magical for so long before they’re all grown up! Make these cute, tiny letters from the Tooth Fairy with this world’s smallest postal service idea. Let your child wake up to a personal tiny letter from the tooth fairy!
Follow this easy tutorial and make a mini leaf envelope and letter from the Tooth Fairy!
Tooth Fairy Ideas for Coins and Cash
Use this printable to give your child a gold coin Tooth Fairy card, which she can collect for each tooth the Tooth Fairy takes!
Use a dollar bill to fold a sweet Tooth Fairy tooth basket which your child can put his tooth into.
Make a gorgeous dollar bill origami heart to slip your child’s coin into. A great, creative way to present your child’s money from the Tooth Fairy, or a cute way to hold a coin!
Make some stunning Tooth Fairy glitter coins for your child to find in the morning! An easy tutorial for some DIY magical fun.
Even more Tooth Fairy Ideas
For a creative and educational Tooth Fairy pack, take a look at this free pack. It includes 65 pages of fun learning and creative activities involving writing, counting, and much more.
Create a sense of wonder as your child’s Tooth Fairy water changes color overnight, as the fairy’s dress touched it during her visit. A sweet way to tickle those imaginations.
Take a look at this gorgeous idea for a Tooth Fairy chalk board, which you can buy or make yourself! A lovely photo prop to remember each precious tooth lost and all the details!
Capture a fairy in a jar by making this awesome mason jar craft for your child to find in the middle of the night. A magical find for any small child who believes!
Extend the Tooth Fairy fun by reading a book all about fairies and making your own fairy houses with the kids.
I hope you have a fun time creating some of these beautiful ideas for your child’s lost tooth experience. The Tooth Fairy is only ‘real’ for a few years, so make the most of the experience and make it magical!
What ways do you hide your child’s tooth for the Tooth Fairy to find? I’d love to see and hear about your Tooth Fairy ideas!