Pinner said: I am repinning this site for you guys that still receive tooth fairy visits :) Incredible ideas here!! And one of my own: I used to use extra fine glitter (fairy dust) from Michaels and sprinkled it around on the nightstand with little "footprints" (from my pinky finger). The looks on the kids faces...priceless!! Sean and Joshua still remember it, all these years later!
Materials Needed: Glow Sticks Scissors Iridescent or Diamond Glitter Baby food jars Super Glue The Process: Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter Seal the top (Super glue) with a lid. Shake well Lasts approx. 5 hrs.
The Swing-N-Slide Monster Web Swing can hold up to three children at once! The extra-large oval frame is made of sturdy steel wrapped in padding. Durable rope creates a spider-web like netting with comfortable support. This incredible swing is now on sale at hayneedle.com.
Calm Down Jar - A creative approach to time-out. Child first shakes the jar to get their frustrations out, then they're asked to wait until the glitter has all settled on the bottom. That's when time-out is over....
Website where you take a picture of your child sleeping, upload it, and pick a Tooth Fairy to stick in your picture. Proof that the Tooth Fairy was at your house! The site also has Santa and the Easter Bunny