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Tooth Fairy Pillow - 3/14/2017 6:55:52 PM   
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Does anyone have a favorite design they have used for a Tooth Fairy Pillow or know of a cute one?
I have a dgtr nearing six years old so I better make one. Really I meant to earlier but we all know how time does fly!
Any In The Hoop?

Thanks for any suggestions.

Martha
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RE: Tooth Fairy Pillow - 3/14/2017 8:07:09 PM   
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This question was asked on another forum and I think the answer is good. The woman includes links to the items. Be sure to read the comments for even more ideas .

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RE: Tooth Fairy Pillow - 3/14/2017 11:21:15 PM   
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https://www.omasplace.com/ed/omas-deluxe-girl-tooth-fairy-pillow/ I think this is a cute one too.

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RE: Tooth Fairy Pillow - 3/15/2017 7:54:24 AM   
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Here is a cute one from Digistitches. http://www.digistitches.com/tooth-fairy-pillow-for-girls-in-the-hoop.html She has several more. Her directions are always good and she is my go to for ITH as her coverage is the best.

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RE: Tooth Fairy Pillow - 3/15/2017 9:13:59 AM   
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I made up my own a while back. This was the 2nd of two.






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RE: Tooth Fairy Pillow - 3/15/2017 2:16:59 PM   
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Love yours Lynn! Thank to everyone for the inspiration, I will look at every suggestion. You all always have the great answers!
I think I better hurry.

Martha


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RE: Tooth Fairy Pillow - 3/15/2017 2:44:21 PM   
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Love the links everyone posted. That tooth pouch was really cute!

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RE: Tooth Fairy Pillow - 3/16/2017 4:54:07 PM   
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http://www.embroideryonline.com/p-36947-tooth-fairy.aspx Saw this and thought of you, cute designs for any toothfairy project.

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RE: Tooth Fairy Pillow - 3/16/2017 5:12:54 PM   
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Thank you Carol. That is really cute!

Martha

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RE: Tooth Fairy Pillow - 3/17/2017 9:28:56 AM   
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I would go with a door hanger type..... you just never know what thoughts get into a 6 year old little head.... my grand daughter was 8 and the last one in her class to lose a baby tooth...
My son was so afraid that "something" would happen to his first tooth back in the day we used to leave the tooth under the pillow and let me tell you what problems that caused the tooth fairy and then you might get 25 cents... or a $ for a first tooth - well my son decided not to leave the tooth under his pillow but fell asleep with it in his hand - the tooth fairy was frantic - she had to leave a note that she had heard in fairy land that someone lost a first tooth but it must have been a joke on the tooth fairy because she could not find it........ she would return Saturday if it was for real... so go with the door hanger style

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RE: Tooth Fairy Pillow - 3/17/2017 9:29:15 AM   
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Oh forgot the link http://www.digistitches.com/tooth-fairy-pillow-set-for-girls.html

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RE: Tooth Fairy Pillow - 3/21/2017 11:15:11 AM   
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Thanks so much Shirley! This has been fun. Thanks again to everyone!

Martha

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