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Tooth Fairy Box

Tooth Fairy Box
Messiness: Low
Age Range: 5y - 7y
Estimated Time: <30 mins

Activity Designer

Ticia Messing
12 Projects

After the tooth fairy accidentally gave money to the wrong kid, I knew we needed a Tooth Fairy Box to put the tooth in when a tooth was lost. So we decided to make one out of an old mint tin.

How We Did It

Tooth Fairy Box
Trace around the outside edge of your mint tin.
Tooth Fairy Box
Carefully cut out your traced shape.
Tooth Fairy Box

Spread a thin layer of glue on the top of the tin, then place your paper on top.

Tooth Fairy Box

Spread some glue on the right and left edges of the tin, and place your ribbon on top.

Tooth Fairy Box
Cut out a second piece of paper to cover the ribbon and glue it on.
Tooth Fairy Box
Once the glue dries, hang up your tooth fairy box--and make a deposit in the box whenever a baby tooth falls out. Hopefully, the tooth fairy will leave something shiny in exchange!

Keywords

hygiene metal tin

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