Tooth Fairy Receipt, Download this FREE PRINTABLE Tooth Fairy Receipt instant download, Give them a receipt that can help with providing a fun, memorable experience after losing their tooth. Such a fun idea for kids!
Free Printable Tooth Fairy Receipt!
It is such an exciting time for a child to lose their teeth, whether it is the first or last. The magic in the tooth fairy is so special. My son’s tooth was on the brink of coming out and of course, I want to make his first tooth special.
There are things my parents did when we were kids that will stick with me forever. Traditions that we have kept and passed down to our little family. This is a NEW tradition that we start when my son lost his very first tooth.
It was pretty awesome to be able to witness his excitement as he wiggled his first loose tooth right out of his mouth. Sad to say, we never got to experience the “big gaping hole in his mouth” moment as his “BIG BOY” tooth was already coming through. It pretty much pushed his baby tooth out of the way and was just about in the correct position.
Getting to work
Nonetheless, I searched high and low for an idea that would work well. I turned to my favorite place to search out ideas, Pinterest! I found a really great idea and who wouldn’t it is on Pinterest. However, the one I found landed me to On Apartment Therapy, which offered a great image, but no printable version. So I went to work.
I love that my kids get my obsession with saving money and using coupons. I know my son would get a kick out of this receipt.
(The downloadable version does not contain my website link)
So why won’t the tooth fairy be just as frugal-minded? I made up this receipt that my son would get in exchange for his tooth. He thought it was GREAT.
Download Your Free Printable Tooth Fairy Receipt
Imagine how fun it would be for your child to find this under their pillow after leaving their tooth for the tooth fairy! It’s gender-neutral and a simple print and cut.
You can download this adorable Printable Tooth Fairy Receipt here. Please note, this is very simple by design. You can use a date stamp, or handwrite the pertinent information. You could also print it on colored cardstock or even patterned paper if you don’t have, or don’t want to use the printed design seen here.
I placed in an 8×10 sheet of paper in my HP Printer and hit print. Very easy.
(Sorry for such a graining picture. Cellphone pictures were not the best 8 years ago.)
I hope that LOVE it as much as my son did. By the way, (ignore the grainy picture snapped by my phone) this boy guy just got over a rough case of croup and I was happy to see him smiling again.