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Tooth Fairy Certificate

by Jamie, Toys in the Dryer

My oldest daughter had to have her first two teeth pulled instead of losing them because her permanent teeth were growing behind her baby teeth. She was devastated that she didn’t get to lose her teeth on her own so I thought I needed to do something extra special from the tooth fairy.

I searched the internet for some fun ideas and got a ton of inspiration!  I also discovered that a lot of those ideas cost more money than I was willing to spend!  Me being quite computer savvy decided that I could take that inspiration and make something on my own!

It started with a letter to and from the tooth fairy because Nutty wanted to keep her teeth for show-and-tell at school.  She was nervous that the tooth fairy would take them even if she didn’t put them under her pillow.

The next night came an Official Certificate Of Record, money and she got to keep her teeth!  The letter was typed on regular printer paper but the Certificate Of Record was printed on card stock.  Nutty was so excited about the certificate that she took it to show-and-tell the next day at school (even though it wasn’t her day for it).

You can find the image here for download.  It will fit on 1/2 of an 8.5x11in paper.  Of course you will have to hand write in your info (or use photo editing software to fill in the blanks with typing).

Helpful hints:

1)  My daughter asked why some of her friends got different things, amounts of money and different (or no) certificates from the tooth fairy.  I told her that there is more than one tooth fairy so her friends may have gotten a different fairy.  I also told her that not all tooth fairies belonged to the Tooth Fairy Federation, so their rules may be different.

2)  I signed my daughter’s certificate “Twila T. Fairy” but did not sign the blank certificate in case you wanted to give your fairy a different name.  I may give my second daughter a different fairy (but keep the same certificate from the Tooth Fairy Federation).

3)  Make sure if you hand write in the certificate that you disguise your writing (maybe even have a friend fill it in for you).  You’d be amazed how your children can recognize your handwriting!

4)  I will have my daughter leave a note with all the rest of her teeth she looses so that her tooth fairy can fill out certificates for every tooth.

You can find all the printables for the Tooth Fairy Certificate at

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