How To Make a Tooth Fairy Pillow

Tooth Fairy Pillow

Our friend Amber has four boys and the oldest is just starting the process of losing his teeth. She thought it would be a great opportunity for all of them to make a Tooth Fairy pillow and countdown all of his missing and new teeth.

Here’s what she did.

I used a canvas apron I had left over from a bday party craft, fabric markers, cotton balls and needle and thread.

Took me about three hours total – because I did the sewing by hand and I’m a terrible and slow sewer.

I colored in the eyes and added eyelashes, and made it so “toothy” has 20 teeth and we colored in the one he lost first.

Then, each time he loses another tooth, we’ll color it in, but the tooth in the backpack, and put it under his pillow.

Tooth Fairy Pillow

Do you have any Tooth Fairy traditions? Please share in the comments.

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