After I posted about the letter I left Annabel from the Tooth Fairy, a bunch of you emailed me to ask about the letterhead. I wanted to put it here in case any of you wanted to use it!
I made it in three colors: pink, green, and blue. All you have to do is download it and you’re good!
I suggest simply printing it and writing a note by hand – keep it simple (you know, as simple as a letter from the tooth fairy is, haha). But if your kid is like mine, she knows your handwriting, so in that case just load the letterhead into your word processing software and type away.
Annabel has another tooth hanging by a thread, plus her two front teeth are both loose. I’ll be using these letters a lot in the next month (and this time, I’m prepared with an envelope of small bills that I’ve stashed away)!
If you have any problems or questions, let me now. Have fun!
I absolutely LOVED the Tooth Fairy Letter Annabel received so…THANK YOU for sharing it! I have saved all three because I can’t decide and love all three colors and will use all three!
Again, thank you for your thoughtfulness in sharing them with us and for your absolutely amazing creativity…my 8 1/2 year old daughter would so want to live next door to you!
The tooth fairy letter is fantastic! I might try it with my 8 year old twins but they are getting suspicious. I have been using a tooth fairy app to take pictures of the “tooth fairy” taking their teeth at night. They have started to ask a lot of questions but perhaps your letterhead will buy me some more time of them believing – thank you!
Years ago our kids got shiny new 1 dollar coins from the tooth fairy because they are the only currency with women on them (Susan B Anthony & Sacagawea).
It’s really kind that you share these things with us — thank you!
My kids are past this, but what I did when I left notes from the tooth fairy, was that I would write with my opposing hand