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DIY tooth fairy pillow

Amy is a stay-at-home mommy to her 1-year-old daughter, Hailey Mae. She is a lover of all things domestic and blogs about her cooking, crafting, and parenting adventures on her personal blog, The Artful Blogger.

The perfect spot for that lost tooth

It's always exciting when the tooth fairy pays your child a visit, but don't make her struggle to find lost teeth under your child's pillow. This sweet homemade tooth fairy pillow will make sure that tooth is easy to find, and your child will know just where to look for whatever treasure the tooth fairy has left in its place.

Tooth fairy pillow | Sheknows.com

Supplies:

  • 2 sheets of colored felt
  • 1 sheet of white felt
  • Scissors
  • Black puffy paint
  • Embroidery floss, yarn or thread
  • Needle
  • Stuffing
  • Craft glue

Directions:

1

Cut out tooth shape

Tooth fairy pillow | Sheknows.com - step one

Draw a tooth shape on a piece of white felt, then cut it out.

2

Decorate the tooth

Tooth fairy pillow | Sheknows.com - step two

Use the puffy paint to make a face on the tooth-shaped felt, then set it aside to dry.

3

Cut out 2 squares

Tooth fairy pillow | Sheknows.com - step three

Cut out 2 squares from the colored felt. Mine were about 6 inches across.

4

Sew the squares together

Tooth fairy pillow | Sheknows.com - step four

Lay the 2 squares on top of each other and start sewing around the edges. Younger kids can use a plastic yarn needle for safety.

5

Fill with stuffing

Tooth fairy pillow | Sheknows.com - step five

Before you finish sewing around the edges of the pillow, leave a 3-inch opening and fill the pillow with stuffing. Once the pillow is stuffed, finish stitching around the edges.

6

Glue on the tooth

Tooth fairy pillow | Sheknows.com - step six

Run a line of fabric glue along the sides and bottom on the back of the felt tooth. Don't put any glue along the top edge of the tooth.

7

Ready for the tooth fairy

Tooth fairy pillow | Sheknows.com - final product

Flip the tooth over and glue it to the center of the pillow. Once the glue is dry it will form the pocket where you slide your child's tooth for the tooth fairy to discover.

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