Right around bath and pajama time, I start to realize, we had no idea what is entailed in the tooth fairy business. So onto pinterest I go. I see all kinds of fun stuff, but ummm I have about an hour from when the kids are asleep till I’m going to pass out from exhaustion myself. So off to my craft cabinet to find something to whip together.
I grab some felt left over from our advent calendar and some ribbon. I’m going to make a small tooth pouch.
First fold the piece of felt in half, and then cut out the size pouch you are looking for. Leave a little room at the top to fold down the edges.
I created ours about 2.5 inches wide and about 3 inches tall.
At the top of each side, fold and glue about 2 centimeters down allowing for your ribbon to slide through. We’re doing all glue with this one folks. Do the same on the other side.
Then folding the pouch again in the middle, glue the sides. Easy peasy. Feed the ribbon through the top sections your glued and you have yourself a small pouch.
I then cut out a tooth out of the white felt and a “S” out of the yellow and glued to each of the sides of the pouch. Add your tooth fairy loot and it can hang on your child’s door.
DNH Girl 1st tooth is one for the record books.