We have showcased our Embroider Buddy® Home Pillows for Tooth Fairy pillows on our blog in the past and we shared some of the history behind this much-loved fairy and tradition. For Tip Tuesday we’re bringing you some of the best tips and design inspiration that we’ve found to help you add to the magic of the Tooth Fairy.
Embroider Buddy® Home Pillows are available in four colours (Red, Oatmeal, Blue Topaz and Pink Lady) with two new colours coming soon (Grey and Black.) They are 14 x 14 giving you a lot of space to work with and are as easy as 1-2-3 with their hidden Velcro® fasteners.
Bunnycup Embroidery has many options for Tooth Fairy designs and patterns that can be purchased separately or as a set. We love how they are suitable for both boys and girls.
And also these sayings which are part of a larger set with some really sweet and whimsical designs to add to your Tooth Fairy pillows.
Oma’s Place is a wonderful resource for all embroidery patterns and there are some really creative ideas for Tooth Fairy pillows. We love this one for little boys.
Applique Cloud has a shop on Etsy where you can browse, purchase and download patterns for both applique and embroidery projects. We love this tooth fairy embroidery pattern that comes in three sizes for easy hooping.
Aunty M Designs offers a nice selection of tooth fairy patterns – with and without lettering – that you can download and get creative with. We love this one that reads, “Dear Tooth Fairy, Please Stop Here.”
Embroidery Library has this flying Tooth Fairy with her wand in one hand and roped tooth – we love how it’s a more modern take on the Tooth Fairy.
We’ve made a list of some wonderful words that you can include on your Tooth Fairy pillows:
Little fairy as I sleep,
take my tooth and the coin I’ll keep.
Other than a dimple in a cute little chin,
What’s more adorable than a toothless grin?
In this pocket you will find
A teensy, tiny tooth of mine.
So while I sleep where dreams are made,
Let’s see if you can make a trade.
The Tooth Fairy visited
while you slept last night,
she took away your tooth
amazed it was so white.
White teeth build fairy castles
and yours was one of the best,
so keep on tooth brushing
and look after the rest.
Tooth Fairy, Tooth Fairy
Please be kind
And leave me some money
For any teeth that you find
A tiny spot
Is what I’ve got
To hold your tooth with pleasure!
The Fairy knows
Just where it goes;
She’ll trade it for a treasure!
As we searched the web to bring these ideas for Tooth Fairy pillows to you, we found this great idea from Ten Kids and a Dog – Fairy Dusted Cash. Keep your little one’s imagination in awe of the Tooth Fairy by sprinkling a little glitter on the money that you tuck into the pouch on their pillow. A little fairy dust goes a long way and this can be done in seconds using a bit of glitter hairspray.
Sarah Lemp, blogger of All Things With Purpose, has a Pinterest Board dedicated to Tooth Fairy Fun. It’s full of great ideas including Tooth Receipts and Tooth Fairy Notes.
So, I’m pretty sure that we’ve covered everything you could need to design and create your very own unique Tooth Fairy pillows. We can’t wait to see them!