The "box" was made using my Scor Pal. This is the neatest tool for making boxes, purses, envelopes, cards, etc...
The top of the box is decorated with svg files from My ScrapChick using my Cricut and SCAL. I tried to keep it from looking "girly" but when the tooth fairy is a girl (or so Carter says) there are some girly features. Carter LOVES girls, so he thought she was soooo cute! The sentiment was computer generated.
Here is a pic of the card Carter will use this to tell about loosing his first tooth. I used various svg files and embellies on each card. Caressa said she was going to put Carter's first tooth in the photo square located in the lower left hand corner. Isn't she clever?!?
When I Lost My First Tooth
The following pix show cards for Carter to use to write to the tooth fairy and tell where, when, and details each time he looses a tooth.
Dear Tooth Fairy Card and My Lost Tooth Record Card Pix
The last pic is of the last section of the box. I created a "false bottom" and it has a drawstring bag I made for Carter to put his tooth in and put under his pillow. These's also a poem about leaving a tooth for the tooth fairy.
We also have a certificate and a note for the Tooth Fairy to leave Carter.
This was so much fun to make. It took me almost 2 whole days. I put a lot of thought into it, and I'm meticulous and slow. I would love to make a girly girl Tooth Fairy box as well. If you would like to place an order for a Tooth Fairy Box (for a boy or girl), just leave me your contact info in the comment section. Or, you may email me. Thanks for visiting today. I hope to see you back here soon.
Happy 4th of July Carol :)