Project #140: A Toothparty

Bloesem Kids | Toothparty DIY invites

by Véronique from Pichouline

It might seem nothing special to us now but for a child changing teeth is something really BIG! I know from experience how a child gets excited the minute he or she feels a wobbly tooth … this craft project is an excellent way to talk about what is happening to these baby-teeth, why and how many you lose and what comes back in return… and how you can celebrate this cheerful event of growing older….

A little box inside is perfect for keeping the baby-teeth … when the tooth fairy comes along put a little coin or present in the small box… your child will be very happy I am sure!


What you’ll need:

*matchbox or small cardboard box
*pencil or stickers
*double-sided tape or glue

Bloesem Kids | Toothparty DIY invites

Step 1:
Download the template of the tooth here, print and cut it out. Depending on the size of your box you can scale the tooth.

Step 2:
Decorate the front side of the tooth with any figure your girl or boy likes, using a pencil or stickers. I made two examples: a panda and a girl.

Step 3:
Write the first appointment with the dentist of your little one on the back or you can use it to write the dates when your little one starts to lose his/her teeth.

Bloesem Kids | Toothparty DIY invites
All images by Véronique

.. Pichouline

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