Tooth Fairy Chest of Drawers

After some not-so-patient waiting, my almost-seven-year-old lost his first tooth. To celebrate, I made him this Tooth Fairy chest. The Tooth Fairy was tired of all those sweet little pillows! She wanted furniture. 

 a drawer for the tooth

 a drawer for the note to the Tooth Fairy

 self-explanatory!

If you are an extremely attentive reader of this blog, you may have noticed that I’ve made this matchbox chest of drawers before. But hey, I repurposed it so it counts. The how-to is here. Also, if you are looking for some excellent Tooth Fairy literature, check out April and Esme, by Bob Graham–the best of its genre, I promise.

4 thoughts on “Tooth Fairy Chest of Drawers

  1. Oh my–this is so much fun! So good for kid and tooth fairy–no more hunting under the pillow for a tiny tooth, Too bad Betty is out of baby teeth…

  2. Pingback: Inspiring your child’s imagination « tina7serrano's Blog

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