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To Tell The Tooth


Tooth Fairy DoorWhat It Is:A whimsical touch for any child’s bedroom, this minute door is meant to be accessible by the tooth fairy only. Install it once your little one starts wiggling their baby teeth, and explain that it cannot be unlocked unless you have the skeleton key (which naturally, a bone collecting fairy would). Replete with a tiny ladder, this is a sweet way to make the fantasy of the tooth fairy come alive.

Who It’s For:Any pint-sized kid in your life – from your niece to your son to your best friend’s kid.

What It Costs:About $35 CDN + shipping.

Where It’s At:Not On The High Street

Bonus entry into my oh so sweet Atelier Edele giveaway – tell me in the comments below: How have you brought the tooth fairy myth to life in your home? Would you purchase this cute little door?

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13 Responses to “To Tell The Tooth”
  1. Katie says:

    We just do money under the pillow from the tooth fairy.It’s a cute concept, but it seems like a lot of effort for something that wouldn’t be used too often, so I probably wouldn’t get it.

  2. Kimberley says:

    I used to leave a little fairy dust (silver sparkles) under the pillow to show that she had been there but I probably wouldn’t buy this. It’s a cute concept but a little over the top for me.

  3. Julie G. says:

    We have a tooth fairy pillow that has a little pocket for the tooth. I think this little door & ladder combo is delightful!

  4. Joan G. says:

    My grandkids still leave teeth under the pillow for the tooth fairy but I don’t think I would buy this item since they will soon be too old.

  5. Laura says:

    This seems like a cute idea, but similar to the ‘elf on the shelf’ it’s a whole lot of effort to convince your child of the lies you tell them.

  6. jessica eapen says:

    the little door reminds me of alice in wonderland! I’d definately think about buying it. I haven’t introduced the tooth fairy, no.

  7. Susan T. says:

    I don’t have kids but this is a cute idea! It would only be in use for a short period of time though and then you would have to call it the gnome door or something! Lol!

  8. Sherry K says:

    The kids used to leave a note under their pillows with the tooth. I think I might just get that little door for me.

  9. Susan says:

    Love the whimsical nature of this idea. I think it would be cute to have outside in case the elves and fairies need to come in when it rains or snows!

  10. Alison K says:

    The Sweetest of Dreams Atelier Edele bonus entry: I haven’t brought the tooth fairy myth to life in my home as I don’t have children but that doesn’t change the fact that I absolutely adore this idea. As does Jonathan B. Wright of Ann Arbor (check the link) 🙂

  11. cookie3 says:

    It’s cute but personally I wouldn’t spend the money on this. Tooth fairy myths ? We tried once but my kids were way too perceptive for that.

  12. Margaret says:

    Although my kids are all grown, I purchased a fairy door a few years ago, just because it makes me smile. It is above the baseboard in our hallway. I would definitely install the one pictured also. I can’t wait until my grandson is old enough to begin sharing the magic with him.

  13. janicour says:

    My kids are grown, but the toothfairy was a frequent visitor in our house. I am not sure I would purchase this, but my husband could have made it. Love the idea!!

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