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Today I’m sharing the Monster Tooth Fairy Pillow I made for Connor.
He lost his first tooth a few weeks ago and you’d think I would have made him one as soon as he told me to feel his loose tooth. But nope, not me. I waited until the day his tooth fell out.
Luckily it didn’t take long to whip up and I’m now officially the coolest mom in the world!
I used inexpensive felt and a few buttons so this project is cheap and easy. I even created a free printable pattern to make this project even easier for you.
- 3 pieces of green felt
- 1 piece of orange felt
- 1 piece of light blue felt
- 1 piece of white felt
- 2 large buttons
- embroidery thread
- liquid stitch
- polyester fiberfill
Step 1: Download the pattern HERE.
Step 2: Trace the pattern on the felt and cut out the two sides of the pillow. Then cut out the bottom half of the tooth for the the pocket.
Step 3: Cut out the two circles for the eyes and the teeth.
Step 4: Glue the teeth to the back of the pocket and glue the circles on to the front of the pillow.
Step 5: Sew the buttons to the front of the circles for the eyes.
Step 6: Lay all the three pieces together so the pocket is on top. Stitch around the entire pillow (make sure you leave a small section open) using the embroidery thread and needle.
Step 7: Stuff your pillow with the fiberfill and finish sewing.
And your Monster Tooth Fairy Pillow is complete. Isn’t it the cutest thing ever?!
Now I think I need to make a a few more for my nephew and nieces. A pink and purple one would be adorable.