THE Lil’ POST
Lil’ Tooth Fairy Letters: Inspiration – Tips
By Lea Redmond | February 21, 2014
Thanks to latest coverage in Parents Magazine, fortunate kids all over the world are waking up to find lil’ tooth fairy letters under their pillows. Mini missives from the World’s Smallest Post Service. bursting with fairy dust and sweet sentiments, are delivering surprise, delight, and wonder!
We’ve been so inspired by the creative and clever work of the many parents who have recently ordered these custom-made little tooth fairy letters and cards. To help you out, we’ve assembled some sample text for all you aspiring tooth fairies (wink wink, that’s you!). Feel free to cut and paste as you like or just use these sample tooth fairy letters to get the creative process flowing. In the end, recall to make it private and stay in character. You know, make it sound like something Twinkle, Bella, or Miss T. Fairy might say!
When you’re ready, click here to order a custom-built letter from the tooth fairy >>>
Here are the three samples we’ve whipped up.
Tooth Fairy Letter Sample #1
The Tooth Fairy
321 Sparkle Street
The Enameled Palace
Kingdom of Wisdom (Teeth)
Under Her Cushion
Somerville, MA XOXOX
Congratulations on losing your Very first tooth. It’s a gem!
You were very plucky yesterday. I have been waiting and waiting–just like you! I am so utter of joy that I did a few extra twirls in the air as I flew to your house from The Enameled Palace.
Each time you lose a tooth, I will leave a little treat for you under your cushion. Love!
Recall to brush and floss every day. And don’t eat too many sweets because they aren’t good for your teeth. Besides, you are sweet enough already!
I look forward to next time. Tell your sister, Taylor, I say hello!
Your Tooth Fairy
Tooth Fairy Letter Sample #Two
123 Brushem Lane
Where Everything Always Sparkles
The Amazing Sam
The Blue House on the Corner
Seattle, WA 98105
Another tooth already–wow. You have lost so many teeth this month that I have memorized the route from Pixie Hollow to your house in Seattle! I could hardly believe it when I eyed your name again on tonight’s tooth pick-up report.
I must say, tonight’s tooth is in particularly excellent condition. You obviously take very good care of your teeth. This is one of the strongest, finest teeth I have ever collected. It has a good chance of making it into the “Tooth of the Month” glass case back at the castle. Did I every tell you what we fairies do with all the teeth we collect? The best ones get athletic into keys for lil’ fairy pianos. The ones with cavities end up as kitchen cupboards or sometimes get used like bricks for streets.
My wings are a little tired from all the flying I’ve done tonight, so I best be on my way. Until next time! Keep those beautiful teeth coming!
Tooth Fairy Letter Sample #Three
Flossy the Tooth Fairy
A Magical Land
Right Under Your Nose
Amy the Good (tooth brusher!)
In the Tall Apartment
with window box tomatoes XOXOX
Thank you for this beautiful, shiny tooth! I’m excited to add it to my collection. I am leaving you a shiny coin in exchange.
You take very good care of your teeth! Be sure to keep cleaning all the little crevices where the “sugar bugs” like to hide. Brush and floss every single day–twice!
It has been joy to see how well you are doing in art class and soccer this year. Keep up the good work! And you have a beautiful smile that lights up those around you.
Sweet desires, dear doll!
Hugs and smooches and toothpaste,
Two Final Tooth Fairy Letter Tips
Given that you’ll be the one to cautiously place one of these lil’ tooth fairy letters under your child’s cushion, here are a duo recommendations for sleek sailing once that all-important tooth eventually drops free.
1) When typing in the shipping address for your lil’ tooth fairy letter, send it to yourself–not directly to your child–and snatch it up at your mailbox, secretly sneaking it under your child’s cushion. This is the most authentic way to treatment this very sensitive task.
Two) If it’s significant that the tooth fairy visits your home the same day a tooth is lost, be sure to order early. If the tooth is liberate, it’s time to place your order. That way, you’ll have the little missive ready and waiting for the big day. You can even stock up by ordering a handful of little cards at a time if it looks like there are more lost teeth on the horizon.
Okay, good luck and glad writing!
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Lea Redmond is always looking for the poem hiding inwards things: a salt shaker, a clothes tag, a mitt gesture, a cloud. She is infinitely intrigued by the way practices can slip from the ordinary to the extreme and she endeavors to design things that hold this possibility. Leafcutter Designs, her creative studio in Berkeley, CA, makes the world more playful and peaceful one little practice at a time.