Tooth Fairy Printables

When I was a kid we had the cutest little Tooth Fairy pillow.  My brothers and I loved using that pillow!  Whenever we lost a tooth, we would carefully tuck our little baby tooth in the pocket and hide it under our pillow in hopes that the Tooth Fairy would come and leave us some money in exchange for the tooth.  (Have you noticed how inflation has hit the Tooth Fairy industry, too?)

When my husband and I had kids, we had fun reminiscing and discussing things from our childhoods.  He told me how they had a Tooth Fairy envelope.  “An envelope?”,  I questioned.  I couldn’t imagine not having a pillow with a little pocket to put my kids’ teeth in.

Well, you know how it goes, I had grandiose plans to hand-craft a sweet little pillow for my babies’ precious teeth.  Yeah right.  No time for that idea, so I resorted to making an envelope.  At least it was cute!

There was only one problem with the envelope I made:  it was adorable – for little girls.  My son turned six this year, and just lost his first tooth.  I didn’t want him to have to use the “girly” Tooth Fairy envelope, so I decided it was time for an update.

I thought someone else out there (who doesn’t have a cute little pillow – or the time to make one!) might like to use our “Tooth Fairy Envelope”.

See my envelope tutorial here for instructions on how to fold the envelope.  If you don’t feel like reading it, just make sure you trim off about 1/8″ from the bottom flap.  Your printer will probably cut off the bottom line.  This will help the top flap to close well.

I covered our old envelope with clear contact paper for durablility, but the new ones I laminated.  I glued the flaps with super glue.  It’s holding tight so far, but it was a little messy, so be careful to have a paper towel underneath.  Or, you could seal the sides with clear packing tape.

You are welcome to print them out, but please read my copyright notice below.

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Copyright: These printables are copyright © 2011 OrganizingHomelife.com.  Printables are for personal use only. Please do not distribute in any format for free or for profit. Please do not link directly to the downloadable pages, but feel free to link to this page’s URL.  Thank you!

18 Responses to “Tooth Fairy Printables”

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  1. Tiffany says:

    So cute! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Keitha says:

    I hopped over from Fun Stuff Friday. What a great idea! Thanks for sharing. My 5-year-old has his first loose tooth. Whe just bought a 3 inch glow in the dark tooth with a special compartment to put the tooth in. I think I will download your printable for the tooth fairy to leave money in under his pillow.

  4. MiaB says:

    How cute!!! I would love it if you could share this on Sharing Saturday here

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    Have a Happy Saturday
    ~MiaB

  5. Beth says:

    Oh those are so cute! Thanks for the free printable! I am your newest follower. If you haven’t already, I’d love for you to follow me back =-) Thanks for linking up to TGIF! Have a great weekend,
    Beth =-)

  6. Dawn says:

    Love these :D :D Made them for my grandchildren and they were a huge hit! You’re awesome!

  7. kellie smith says:

    Love the printables! Many thanks for sharing!

  8. Veronica says:

    Love this! My daughter is about to lose her first tooth so this will be perfect!

  9. Christy says:

    Love the tooth fairy envelope idea! I’ve been trying to figure out a good system for my oldest – and best we’ve come up with is a plastic baggy! This is so much better! Thanks for sharing. :)

  10. Amanda Sicignano says:

    I love that you have made two choices as I have twins, a boy and a girl. My son was thrilled to find this under his pillow this morning for his first tooth lost.
    Would you consider making a matching certificate of some sort that goes along with the envelope theme?
    Thank you for sharing these cute envelopes for those of us that can’t do it on our own!
    Amanda

    • Ginny says:

      Oh, I’m so happy to hear that, Amanda. :) Thanks for letting me know. At this point I’m not able to make printables by request because I get so many, but I appreciate your suggestion. I’ll keep it in mind and hopefully I’ll get to make something like it soon. :)

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  12. susie says:

    thanks for sharing your beautiful certificate, my son will love it!

  13. Tina says:

    I just came across your website from Pinterest. Thanks for sharing your awesome printables!

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