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7 fun Tooth Fairy ideas

The Tooth Fairy could just leave a coin under your kid's pillow. Or she could do something extra special for that first visit. Here are a few ideas to inspire you.

By Amy Valm

7 fun Tooth Fairy ideas

7 fun Tooth Fairy ideas

Tooth receipt

Your kid has probably seen you getting receipts at the grocery store and now she can get a special one from the Tooth Fairy. You can get creative and make your own receipt or download and print some super cute designs








































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Tooth Fairy book

Holly doesn't want to give her fallen tooth to the Tooth Fairy. But she soon discovers the magical world of fairies. Your child can learn about the Tooth Fairy with Holly and this magical book complete with fairy letters, a riddle book and a special gold coin gift for your child from the Tooth Fairy. $19, amazon.ca
































































































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Tooth dish

As soon as your kid's tooth starts to wiggle, head out to the pottery store to paint her special tooth plate. Or if you're not so crafty (and short of time) you can buy a plate. Leave some glitter on the dish after each fairy visit for an extra magical touch.






























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Mini letters

Your little one will love receiving a little thank you note from the Tooth Fairy. She can even thank him for keeping his teeth white. You can make your own or print a template letter and envelope.


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Fairy money

Make the first visit extra memorable with this handpressed, lucky Tooth Fairy penny. Kids will be delighted to discover a gift from the Tooth Fairy in her magical currency. With this keepsake your little one will continue to believe there is a little magic in the world. $5, etsy.com

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Magical door

Got a curious child asking tough questions, like how the Tooth Fairy gets in the house? Problem solved with this cute idea. You can try making your own with a dollhouse door and doll items or just buy a super cute one. Either way it's a little bit of magic to brighten up your kid's day. 
































































































































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Tooth pillow

On the night of the Tooth Fairy's visit, tell your child to put their tooth pillow on the bed. Your child can place their tooth inside the pocket and the Tooth Fairy will replace it with a coin. With plenty or patterns and designs to choose from, you can make your own pillow or buy one. $15, etsy.com

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