Creative Tooth Fairy Ideas

Creative Tooth Fairy Ideas

Yes, our site offers a collection of great Tooth Fairy printables (certificates, door hangers, and more), but maybe you're looking to go the extra mile when your special one loses a tooth. Our printables can easily be used in conjunction with the following creative ideas and products, hand picked by Tooth Fairy Booth.

Tooth Fairy pillows

These cute pillows are 6"x8", and the name personalization is included for free. Choose from dozens of themes, for example "Ladybug", "Princess", "Fairy", "Football", etc. Shipping is USA only. 


Small Tooth Fairy bags

These are nice little bags/pouches for the Tooth Fairy to put the money in. You can personalize them with your child's name.


Tooth Fairy Miniature Door

Have a magical door for the Tooth Fairy to come through! This door is a kit that includes a door, wood, metal, and mounting putty. It's unfinished so you'll need to paint it yourself. This ships world wide from the USA


Tooth Fairy Box

Store your child's lost teeth in this cute wooden box. Styles for both boys and girls. These are made to order with custom laser engraving. 


Tooth Fairy Rubber Stamp

With this rubber stamp, you can easily stamp paper money, or even our own printables. Or instead of ink, stamp into a glue pad and sprinkle with glitter! The stamp is 2"x1.5", and Includes 3"x5" Draw-string Muslin Bag.

Care of Baby’s Teeth

Care of Baby’s Teeth

Between the ages of five and nine months the first two teeth appear the lower central incisors. It is an utterly mistaken idea that baby requires soft, "pappy" foods at teething time because his gums are tender.

Exercise for the gums is still of the utmost importance. From the age of six months the jaws can be gradually accustomed to munching and chewing. Give baby a bare bone (the leg bone of a fowl is excellent) to chew on daily, teaching him to hold it and what it is for.

From eight to 12 months he gains four upper central incisors, and at nine months he should be given a finger of twice baked bread to munch. Give this once a day to begin with, just before his 10 a.m. feed is a good hour to choose. 

The giving of this type of food first at a meal ensures good chewing and munching exercise at the time when the child is hungry for food. After 12 months such food as twice-baked bread, toast, vegetables, raw ripe apple, fish, poultry, meat, brown bread, oatcake, etc., should be introduced gradually as the child is able to cope with them.

When the jaws are working hard the whole of the body is impelled into activity, the heart beats more quickly, the pressure of the blood through the blood vessels rises, and at the same time the digestive juices flow more freely, not only in the mouth, but also in the stomach and intestines.

In a well-developed jaw, with well spaced teeth, there is a natural cleansing action of the tongue and lips with the saliva which removes food particles from between the teeth after a meal. If the teeth are crowded, this natural cleansing action is difficult or impossible.

Use of Teeth

Nature provides teeth for use, and the natural use of the teeth is for chewing. We all know that any organ which is not fully used does not develop and tends to decay. The use of "pap" foods does not call the teeth into use at all, so avoid soft, sticky foods such as sweet biscuits, pastries, caramels, chocolates, etc. Apart from the fact that they do not give sufficient exercise to the jaws and teeth, they tend to lodge between the teeth, and particles of food left will set up decay.

Certain microbes which swarm in particles of food kept warm and moist for a considerable time have the power of forming from sugars or starches an acid which is capable of insidiously robbing the enamel of the teeth of its lime.
Once the enamel is robbed of this lime, so soft is the material which remains that it has no power of resisting the inroads of microbes, and once they have become established in a tiny pit or cave it is almost impossible to dislodge them, and naturally they are kept well supplied with food particles which would be washed away by the saliva if on any open, exposed surface. 

Once through the enamel, these microbes travel readily along the ivory into the pulp cavity, producing acid continually, and the process of decay is comparatively rapid. Thus an innocent-looking tiny black speck, neglected because it appears so insignificant, may be found to lead into a spacious cavity underneath.

Jennifer is the sole founder of www.lifetips.top. She has written a guide “Essential newborn care checklist” to help first time parents taking care of their newborns.

Free printable: Tooth Fairy Door Knob Hangar

Free door knob hangar printable template

Free door knob hangar printable template

This door knob hangar is included as small part of the premium set of Tooth Fairy Certificates/Letters. But we're offering this set of PDFs (blue and pink) for FREE!

Requirements:


  1. Download the free PDF template (see link above), and unzip it. There will be 2 PDFs inside, one for the pink hangar and one for the blue hangar.
  2. Open a PDF in a viewer like Adobe Acrobat Reader, and then print.
  3. Cut out and give to the Tooth Fairy to hang on your child's door at night!

DIY: Glitter money stamp

Tooth shaped glittery stamp

Tooth shaped glittery stamp

Would you like to make the paper money that the Tooth Fairy gives your child a little more special? A little more official? This tutorial will show you how to apply a glittery "stamp" effect to the money.

What you'll need:

  • Paper (normal letter size) Printer copy paper will work, but thicker card stock is preferred
  • Stamp "template". Download ours for free.
  • Glitter
  • Spray glue or hair spray
  • Scissors

Step 1

Print the tooth template, and cut out the tooth shape, so you're left with a sheet of paper with a tooth shaped hole inside.

Step 2

In an area that is safe from spray and glitter (like on a few paper towels) place the paper money flat and overlay the tooth template over the money. Make sure the template is pressed firmly against the money. 

Step 3

Spray the glue spray (or hair spray) over the template. Remove the template and liberally sprinkle glitter over where you sprayed.

Step 4 (Optional)

If you want the entire bill to also have some glitter, lightly spray entire side of the money, and lightly apply more glitter. Let it dry, and do the same to the other side.