Download Free Tooth Fairy Certificate and print off, exciting your child with this Official Tooth Fairy Report! My kids both still believe in the tooth fairy. One is on her 9th lost tooth, still going strong, while the other is chomping at the bit, so to speak, for his first tooth loss. Celebrate with a tooth fairy certificate. Make an occasion of this special time in your child’s life. Creating great memories for your little ones is one of the highlights of being a mum! There’s a lost tooth certificate and a receipt for the lost tooth below that can be part of the ceremony. Tooth Fairy Receipt Printable, Lost First Tooth Certificate Template, Baby Tooth Record Chart Boy or Girl, Editable Tooth Fairy Report Idea.
In anticipation of it coming out and I went ahead and made up a little something to mark the occasion and make it special for her. I figure we have many more lost teeth coming our way with Kara, with Miss Evy following not long behind her, so I might as well make a really 'official' looking tooth fairy receipt. The girls loved the Santa Tags we made in December, and this is right up there with Fairy Tale creatures. This free printable has two separate files. The first is the tooth receipt plus DIY matching envelope. This printable can be used over and over, as many times as that little fairy visits your home. The second is a 'First Lost Tooth Certificate' that will mark that special occasion of the first time your child receives a visit from 'The Tooth Fairy.'
Hope you and your family can enjoy these little printables as much as we did this week!
DIY Downloadable and Printable Tooth Fairy Receipt
Free Printable Tooth Fairy Letter
Tooth Fairy DIY Series: Tooth Fairy Receipt
Jack waited, and waited, and waited… for that tooth to finally fall out! Asking him to be patient with his loose tooth was difficult, especially when it was his first molar. We wanted to make the experience special by leaving a receipt from the Tooth Fairy.
Tooth Fairy Receipt Diy
Before he snuggled into bed, Jack placed his tooth under his pillow and made a wish that the Tooth Fairy would visit him that night. The next morning Jack woke up to find $2.00 and a receipt with a sweet note, written just for him, on his nightstand.
Iworks for mac. The receipt has a chart to help Jack see what tooth might fall out next and even a number to see all the visits that the Tooth Fairy has made to children during the night. What a great keepsake to help us all remember the special day.