10 Tooth Fairy Traditions and Ideas - Tuesday {ten

This weeks Tuesday {ten} [a day late] is a bit off the decor track and is full of Tooth Fairy ideas – as we recently discovered my little guy has two loose front teeth. We have never had an official Tooth Fairy assigned to our house, since these will be the first baby teeth to …
  • Kara Youngblood

    use hair spray and glitter to make tooth fairy money. need to remember this for the future. Great website for tooth fairy ideas!!!!

  • Andrea Mello

    use hair spray and glitter to make tooth fairy money. need to remember this for the future. Or Krylon glitter spray!!!

  • Sophia Belle

    Cute idea for kids: Use hair spray and glitter to make tooth fairy money. need to remember this for the future!

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