55 Ideas for the Tooth Fairy

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We have traditions for all sorts of occasions. At Christmas, we leave cookies and milk. On a birthday, we always make a wish when we blow out the candles! And although our sweet kids won’t lose their teeth forever, why not create some fun traditions to celebrate the small stuff as well?!  

In this creative round up, we’ve gathered a fun variety of ideas that can become new traditions in your home! From printable report cards to Tooth Fairy footprints on the window sill, there are PLENTY of ideas that will fit your family’s idea of celebrating.

55 Ideas for the Tooth Fairy

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So whether your kids have already started losing teeth or are still just getting their first set in, it’s never too late to find or start new traditions.
We have lots of ideas, including:

  • 15 Notes from the Tooth Fairy
  • 15 Storage Devices for the Tooth Fairy
  • 10 Traditions for the Tooth Fairy
  • 15 Ways to Give Money from the Tooth Fairy

15 Notes from the Tooth Fairy
Notes from the Tooth Fairy

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Printables for the Tooth Fairy

1. Certificate {Madison Family Dental}Present your child with a certificate after losing their first (or any) tooth! You can also grab this darling kit from Amazon that contains everything you need for some “wow!”

2. Door Hang {Moms and Munchkins}An adorable door hang will help the Tooth Fairy know where to go.

3. Tooth Report {Anders Ruff Design Co.}Give a report to your child on the well-being of their tooth to help encourage healthy dental practices!

4. Tooth Fairy Check {Mom 4 Real}Say good-bye to the traditional dollar bill and present them with a redeemable check.

5. Receipt {Capturing Joy}Just like any transaction, provide a printable receipt.

Notes from the Tooth Fairy

6. Gold Coin Printable {Hello, Wonderful}Kids will LOVE getting a large gold coin (chocolate ones work great!), and this is the perfect printable to fit just that!

7. Tooth Fairy Stationery {A-manda Creations}Print this cute stationery and leave a letter from the Tooth Fairy for your child to read in the morning.

8. Create a Tiny Letter {Leaf Cutter Designs}Create a custom tiny letter that looks the perfect size for the Tooth Fairy.

9. Invoice {How Does She}Let your kiddos leave a request for a certain amount of money from the Tooth Fairy! Let’s just hope the Tooth Fairy can provide!

10. Tiny Letters {Art to Heart Creations}Too cute! These mini letters are SO fun and the perfect size.

Letters from the Tooth Fairy

11. Tooth Fairy Notes {Handmade Charlotte}These are free, mini, printable notes that are perfect for the Tooth Fairy to take with them on their nightly adventure.

12. Forgetful Tooth Fairy Note {Over the Moon}Did the night get away from you?! Try again the next night and leave a “forgetful” letter from the Tooth Fairy to make up for it!

13. Letter Envelope {Red Brolly}Use this darling template for a fashionable letter and envelope.

14. Report Card {The Suburban Mom}Another cute tooth report card option!

15. Tooth Fairy Passport {Homemaker in Heels}Create a passport for each of your child’s teeth and mark them off as they lose them! Such a fun way to track the process.

15 Storage Devices for the Tooth Fairy

Storage Devices for the Tooth Fairy

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Tooth Holders for the Tooth Fairy

16. Personalized Tooth Fairy Bag (Pretty Little Vinyls) – Personalize a custom tooth pouch for your kiddo to use over the years!

17. DIY Tooth Bags {Say Yes}How cute are these?! Create your own tooth bags with darling faces!

18. Colorful Tooth Bags Tutorial {Purl Soho}Just love these simple, but practical, tooth bags!

19. Tooth Pocket {Sometimes Homemade}These brightly colored pockets will fit comfortably under any pillow.

20. Tooth Taxi {East Coast Mommy}Here is a non-traditional option for storing any lost teeth. An old film container – or, even an old prescription container would work!

Ways to Store Teeth for the Tooth Fairy

21. Soft, Felt Tooth Fairy Box {American Felt and Craft}What a unique way to store the tooth or the money! Your little princess just might love this idea!

22. Pillow with Chart {Loop Loft}Track your progress on this cool pillow chart!

23. Tooth Pillow {Martha Stewart}Get your child involved in creating their own tooth holding pillow!

24. Monster Pillow {Happy Go Lucky}Create your own DIY monster pillow! Just be sure it doesn’t eat your money!

25. Tooth Fairy Pillow {The Crafting Chicks}Just darling! Grab this printable pattern to create your own personalized pillow pockets.

Ways to Store Your Child's Teeth for the Tooth Fairy

26. Tooth Fairy Box {Summit Engraving}Get a personalized box for safe keeping – for both teeth and money!

27. Lego Box {Faerie Dust Dreams}If you have a child with a love of LEGOs, let them be the creator of their very own storage unit for their teeth! They will feel so proud!

28. Tooth Fairy Box {Raising Sweet Souls}Find things around the house that allow your child to be the creator of their own storage box.

29. Box with Chart {A-Manda Creations}This all-in-one tin is a great way to store your kiddo’s tooth, your money, AND track their progress!

30. Tooth Tin {Emily Giovanni}Grab an old mint box and have you child choose the design for their very own box!

1o Traditions for the Tooth Fairy

Traditions for the Tooth Fairy

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Tooth Fairy Traditions

31. Color Changing Tradition {How Does She}Drop the tooth in a glass of water. In the morning, the Tooth Fairy will have taken the tooth and colored the water the color of her dress!

32. Fairy Foot Prints {Honeysuckle Footprints}Create tiny foot prints on the windowsill as proof of the Tooth Fairy’s visit in the morning.

33. Tooth Fairy Lawn Dust {A Jillian Vance Design}Sprinkle some glitter dust on the lawn at night to help direct the Tooth Fairy to your house.

34. Gold Glitter Dust and Coins {Moore Minutes}Be sure to leave a trail of glitter dust and coins!

35. Fairy Dust Pendants {Make it and Love it}Design darling glitter pendants for the Tooth Fairy to take with her while she visits your house.

Fun Traditions for the Tooth Fairy

36. Tooth Fairy Bangle {Unusually Charming}For your jewelry wearer, provide a new charm for each lost tooth instead of traditional money.

37. Forgotten Wand {Moon Glow Wishes}For the first tooth, let the Tooth Fairy accidentally leave her wand behind as an added bonus!

38. Tooth Fairy Chalkboard {Jean and Joyce Designs}Just like you track first and last day of school, this darling chalk sign allows you to do the same with each tooth lost.

39. Photo Proof {iCaught the Tooth Fairy}Download this app that allows you to place an image of the Tooth Fairy in a photo with your sleeping child to offer as proof of their presence.

40. DIY Tooth Fairy Door {Dette Cakes}I just LOVE this idea! Create a mini, DIY door – then stick it to the wall to create a way for the Tooth Fairy to get in at night!

15 Ways to Give Money from the Tooth Fairy

Ways to Give Money from the Tooth Fairy

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Tooth Fairy Money Ideas

41. Tooth Fairy Money Coin {Coins for Anything}If you don’t believe in giving money or are looking for a fun, different option, these Tooth Fairy coins are perfect!

42. Tooth Fairy Pressed Penny {Studio Twelve 28 Shop}Another darling, non-money option.

43. Glitter Money {Mama Cheaps}Use glitter spray to fancy up an average bill.

44. Money & Confetti Balloons {Sugar and Charm}This is just too much fun! Fill a balloon with money and confetti, then let them pop it for their surprise!

45. With a Letter {Boco Baby}Combine your money with a letter and present it like a gift!

Fun Ways to Present Money from the Tooth Fairy

46. Simple Heart {Homemade Gifts Made Easy}Simple, but perfect!

47. Decorative Heart {Homemade Gifts Made Easy}Another spin on a fun heart design.

48. Rose {Felt Magnet}This gorgeous flower will take five to seven bills to create, but it’s just amazing!

49. Money Flower {Homemade Gifts Made Easy}For only three bills, you can create this beautiful flower!

50. Butterfly {Fab Art DIY}You will only need two bills to create this flying creature!

Ways to Fold Money

51. Money Basket {Fifth Wizard}This is a win-win idea because not only is the basket made of money, but it can also hold more money!

52. Fighter Jet {Wonder How to Oragami}This intricate fighter jet is sure to be a hit!

53. Star {Made by Megan}This star is a bright choice for any kid!

54. Dollar Ring {Homemade Gifts Made Easy}Kids will LOVE that they can wear their money before they use it.

55. Boat {Make-Oragami}For a beginner, this boat is an easy option!

For more ways to create memories with your children, try our Mom and Dad Date Kits or our Mommy and Me Date Ideas! Any way to bond with your children is time well spent!

About the Author: Paige

I am madly in love with three men (1 big and 2 little)! I am lucky enough to be married to my true complement. I spend my days doing any and everything 'boy!' I have a passion for fitness and love trying anything that makes my heart race.

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7 Responses to 55 Ideas for the Tooth Fairy

  1. I fold a dollar bill into a bow tie shape. Easy origami. I have even let my son wear his bow tie to church☺️ Because those dollars are folded into a shape, re refuses to spend them…win win in the “teach your child to save money dept!