This right of passage is one of the most memorable stages in your child’s life. Add a bit of fairy dust and surprise your little one with these simple yet creative treats from one of our beloved fairies. Make it something that they will treasure forever.
- DIY Tooth Fairy Pillow with Pocket
- Leave Fairy Dust Footprints by the Window
- Send a Tiny Tooth Fairy Letter
- Leave Behind a Tooth Fairy Receipt
- Keep a Tooth Fairy Journal
- Give your Kid a Fairy-dusted Money
- Let Them Throw Their Tooth to the Roof
- Chart Their Progress
- Deliver a Healthy Tooth Gift Bag
DIY Tooth Fairy Pillow with Pocket
Skip sneaking underneath your kid’s pillow to search for his / her lost tooth. You can make a personalized Tooth Fairy Pillow and make a small pocket for their teeth. This can also prevent you from getting busted by your little ones.
Leave Fairy Dust Footprints by the Window
Make it more believable to your child by leaving some evidence of the Tooth Fairy’s visit. All you need are some glitters and a pair of doll shoes and your magical tale has come to life.
Send a Tiny Tooth Fairy Letter
Have a customized tiny letter addressed to your child. There is a specialized post service that does the art on miniature correspondence. The envelope is sealed with real wax, and has a cancelled stamp and comes with a magnifying glass.
Leave Behind a Tooth Fairy Receipt
Give your kid a fond memory whenever they lose a tooth and leave behind a keepsake everytime. A receipt will make your child feel that they are more responsible and trustworthy.
Keep a Tooth Fairy Journal
Commemorate your child’s changing smile by capturing the moment every time your child loses his / her teeth. It is something good to look into through the years. This could be a good bonding experience in the future.
Give your Kid a Fairy-dusted Money
Instead of just giving them a plain bill, let your creative juices out and make money that is out of this world, making it look like something that would really come from the Tooth Fairy. Do it yourself with a hairspray and glitters and make it more realistically magical.
Let Them Throw Their Tooth to the Roof
In other countries, it is a tradition to throw a kid’s milk teeth to the roof. It is fun to introduce your child to other traditions. Not only is it educational, it can also be fun for them. Besides, what kid doesn’t love throwing things?
Chart Their Progress
It is good that your child is able to track the milk teeth that are coming out. Make it easier by using a chart that could tell which teeth are lost and which are still intact. Check off the location of each bicuspid, molar, and canine whenever they lose one.
Deliver a Healthy Tooth Gift Bag
Let your child know the importance of dental hygiene even from the moment they lose their first milk teeth. Instead of just giving them money, give them a gift bag full of dental care supplies. Include an AutoBrush for Kids V3 and a Kid Foaming Toothpaste. Choose your kid’s favorite jungle buddy that would accompany them whenever they brush their teeth.