Crafty Tooth Fairy Treats: {Tutorials & Freebies}

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I’ve had a list of tooth fairy projects building for awhile now but when I was making the felt crafts list posted earlier today, I found several more…time for a new project sheet and I think this one’s a lot of fun! Most of these are for sewing pillows or cushions (with little pockets to hold teeth), but there are a couple printables and other craft ideas too. As with all project sheets here on Tipnut, I’ll be adding to this as I find more goodies. Enjoy!

Pillow With Tooth Pouch: Made with 4 different fabrics, ribbon, white felt (for the tooth) and filling. Use ribbon to make a hanging loop and pretty bow across the top.

Matryoshka Pillow: A sweet felt doll with a front pocket to hold the tooth and any treasure that the tooth fairy may leave behind. Hangs by ribbon.

Tooth Pockets: Simple felt pouch with a tooth applique on front (fusible webbing), large enough to hold a small toy or folded money. Free template available via pdf download.

Monster Pillow: Made with a fat quarter of cotton fabric, white felt, orange felt, small black buttons and stuffed with polyfill. Tutorial available via pdf download.

Bags: The little ones will love these, little drawstring pouches that the tooth fairy will be sure to check.

Bear: Hand-stitched felt bears that feature a front pocket to safely hold teeth while waiting for the Tooth Fairy. Free template to download (pdf).

Easy Pillow Tutorial: A cotton fabric pillow with a front felt pouch (embellished with a smiling tooth), decorative ribbon for a hanging strap.

Pocket Pillow: Learn how to make a small flannel cushion with a felt tooth pocket. Free template provided (via pdf).

Easy Tote: Made with white, blue and purple felt, tote is tooth-shaped with wings and a front pocket to hold the goodies.

Small Pillow With Printable Invoices: Cute little pillow with a front pocket and straps for hanging, free pdf download for tooth fairy invoices.

Tooth Fairy Box: Cute & crafty container made out of a large matchbox and embellished with colored felt and decorative ribbon.

Fancy Box: Add some bling to a small box with cute scrapbook paper, Mod Podge, fun ribbon and a crystal monogram letter to hold the tooth fairy treasures.

Tooth Fairy Jar: A fun tradition you may want to try, fill a mason jar with water, tint it with food coloring (and maybe add some glitter). Tooth is placed in the jar instead of under the pillow.

Knit Pillow: Scraps of red and blue yarn are used to stitch the eyes and mouth, has a back pocket.

Free Printables:

  • Collection Note & Envelope: The Tooth Fairy has written this note to say thank you for the lovely tooth, you can also print an envelope to tuck the note into.
  • Receipt: Available in both Pink and Blue, has blank lines to note Name; Date; Age; Compensation and more.
  • Notes & Envelope Collection: A sweet set that includes a wee airmail envelope and a reward envelope reminding to floss.

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