Tooth Fairy Pillow

July 31, 2007 at 5:29 am 1 comment

K. lost her third tooth the other day and since we lost the first tooth pillow I decided to make her one. I just used some felt that I got from the craft store and some embroidery floss (DMC #3755, which has now GOT to be my favorite color to work with, it’s so pretty).

And to show the cutest picture ever.

I think that kids with missing front teeth are SO cute. I have not a clue why though, I think it’s because of that song “All I want for Christmas are my 2 front teeth”. Who knows!? P.S. The tooth fairy paid a visit and left K. Junie B. Jones Toothless Wonder.

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  • 1. teresa  |  July 31, 2007 at 3:23 pm

    thats a great idea! thank you for your comments on my tutorial =)

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