When my Kylie  lost her 5th tooth the other day, she informed me that she wanted some sort of  ‘fancy’ box to put her tooth in for the Toothfairy.  We usually put it in a plastic baggie, which is not so great.  🙂  So, we came up with this…

To make our Toothfairy box, we used:

-A small box (we got ours at Hobby Lobby)

-A piece of cute scrapbook paper

-Mod Podge

-Some fun ribbon or fibers

-A monogram letter for their name

I cut the paper to fit the top and the sides of my box, then Mod Podged the paper on.  After it was dry, I stuck on our monogram letter and tied our fun fibers around the top of the box.  So, so easy and fun to make.  Oh, and I LOVE the sparkly K that she chose!

I was going to put some sort of felt tooth or something on it, but I like that my Kylie can use it for anything and not just a box for her teeth. 

Now, I must go make one for my Blake, who is about to loose his 3rd tooth.  🙂





  1. What a cute idea! I love that it can have multiple uses!

  2. Oh!!! So pretty! I’ll have to keep this in mind for the years when my girls start losing teeth (we’re still getting baby teeth right now). I love the colors Kylie chose!

  3. What a cute idea! We are a little bit away from the tooth-loosing stage, but I will definitely have to adapt this idea for my sons!

  4. Super cute idea. My girls would L.O.V.E. it!!!

  5. So sweet!

  6. I may end up trying this. Just yesterday my daughter fell on her face and now she has a loose tooth. The dentist says that it will either harden up or fall out early. It was still really loose this morning, so we’ll see as the week goes on.

  7. What about one for a boy??? 🙂

  8. So cute, Jen! We just stick the tiny little tooth right under the pillow all by it’s poor little self, LOL! I need to rethink that method. 🙂

  9. So cute Jen….you can never have enough BLING!!! What a fun idea.

  10. Loving it! THanks for sharing

  11. So very cute! I bet she loved it!

  12. Oh this is way cute! I might have to make one of these for my six year old.

  13. Such a cute idea that I had to try it for my own daughter for her very first tooth!!!!!!!!!! Thank you so much!!!

  14. Just finished one for my 5 year old, she has her first wiggly tooth!

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