Our oldest lost his first two teeth yesterday and has another one loose enough that it will probably be gone by the end of today. For years I have seen cute tooth fairy ideas and pinned them or admired them knowing one day I would want to do something cute when my kids started to loose teeth. Then the day comes and there I am completely unprepared – there was no time to order any of the cute pillows I had seen on ETSY and I couldn’t find any printables that were exactly like what I had in mind. I got to work and whipped up an official tooth deposit form and a cute little personalized pouch for Wyatt to fill out and put under his pillow last night.
If you are interested in using the printable I made the files are below and can be printed onto copy paper or cardstock. Please remember these printables are for personal use only and can not be copied, sold, altered or claimed as your own.
When I created the printable I left a spot to attach a little 3x4 inch envelope to the paper. I picked up the envelopes at Michael’s yesterday afternoon and they had a lot of different colors to choose from. To adhere the envelope to the cardstock I used rubber cement and once the teeth were inside we sealed it shut with washi tape.
Here is my husband in action – pulling out the second tooth. Wyatt lost both of his top two front teeth and when he got on the bus this morning the bus driver immediately asked him where his teeth went.I know that probably made his day. Most of the kids in his class have already started loosing teeth and we thought he might never loose his!
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If you would like to buy a personalized tooth pouch they are available in the Poofy Cheeks Shop or if you would like the free printable tooth fairy receipts I have them HERE.