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 note to the Tooth Fairy
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”
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…
Love it Margaret!
Thanks, M! Btw, we’re all signed up for session 3 at camp next year!
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