I’m super excited about sharing my cute free printable Tooth Fairy letters with you today.
I put my heart into making all 5 of these Tooth Fairy letter templates and I hope you think they’re adorable.
I hope you love the Tooth Fairy messages that I wrote in these notes. I tried to keep them simple and general to avoid any conflicts of stories in your Tooth Fairy traditions.
These free printables are a fun way to start a Tooth Fairy tradition with a special letter for all of your little one’s baby teeth.
I have different ones for many situations.
When your kids have a loose tooth, just come to this post and download one of these cute letters for when the Tooth Fairy visits.
If you have a Tooth Fairy pillow for your child, you can roll up one of the letters and put it inside.
I have a very easy and cute DIY Tooth Fairy pillow, if you want to avoid having to get money and a note under your child’s pillow. It can be used as a door hanger to make your life easier.
How To Print The Tooth Fairy Letters And Notes
- Click the link or image for the Tooth Fairy letter you’d like to print.
- A PDF file will open.
- Use the icons in the top right corner to download or print the Tooth Fairy note onto a piece of white printer paper or cardstock.
- Cut around the edge to remove any white border.
- Please note that these free printables are for personal use only and may not be sold or shared as your own. If you would like to share these magical Tooth Fairy letters with a friend, please share this post.
Losing your first tooth is a big deal.
This note from the Tooth Fairy is for your child’s first tooth lost and is a fun idea to bring the magic of the Tooth Fairy so that each time your little one has a wiggly tooth, they’ll be excited to have the tooth fairy visit.
This Tooth Fairy letter is a cute tooth shape with a special message for losing their first tooth.
It will make the Tooth Fairy’s first visit a special occasion and Tooth Fairy experience that they’ll never forget.
You can get my editable first tooth letter here if you want to change the message or add your child’s name for a more personalized feel.
If the Tooth Fairy forgot to come she has some explaining to do.
This Tooth Fairy apology letter will help smooth things over with your little one who is probably feeling very disappointed.
Just have the Tooth Fairy leave this note the next morning or even after they get home from school with an explanation of what happened last night.
It will add a touch of magic to a situation that could feel like one of the biggest disappointments of a child’s life.
Sometimes the whole Tooth Fairy thing can feel a bit girly.
This note from the Tooth Fairy for boys is just perfect for your little guy.
I also have these tiny tooth letters from the Tooth Fairy if you’d like to edit it and add your child’s name as a special surprise.
If your little girl loves pretty pink things, then this message from the Tooth Fairy for girls is going to be right up her alley.
This one is so much fun with the pink background.
You can sprinkle a little fairy dust around the special place where you leave the free printable letter.
This note from the Tooth Fairy template is great for girls or boys.
It has a blue background with clouds and a cute Tooth Fairy with a special note that younger kids will enjoy.
Sprinkle a little pixie dust around the front door or near where you put the letter.
Best Tooth Fairy Letter Templates (Editable)
I have editable Tooth Fairy letter templates that are tiny letters shaped like an actual tooth.
You can type in any message you’d like to make your own letter but I made up some special ones like a missing Tooth Fairy letter if your child swallowed or lost their tooth, first tooth, and you can edit the entire message to use even for the last tooth.
Because they’re editable, you can use them over and over by just changing the message each time your child has a loose tooth.
Free Printable Tooth Fairy Receipt Templates
I made these free printable Tooth Fairy receipts to match the letters in this post.
These are a great way to show that the Tooth Fairy has received the tooth.
You can also encourage better dental hygiene with a tooth receipt if your child’s tooth was in less than perfect condition.
Free Printable Tooth Fairy Coloring Page
If you want a cute Tooth Fairy coloring sheet to add to the gifts that the Tooth Fairy leaves, you can grab my free printable.
It also works great as an extra gift if the Tooth Fairy forgot to come.
Or you can just print it out as a fun activity to do in anticipation of the Tooth Fairy’s arrival.
Printable Tooth Fairy Money
If you don’t have any cash on hand and need an emergency last minute gift from the Tooth Fairy, this editable money envelope and printable play money will help alleviate the stress on you and your little one will be over the moon excited to get something so special from the Tooth Fairy.
Younger children will love receiving this Tooth Fairy play money in place of the tooth they left for the Tooth Fairy.
More Tooth Fairy Ideas
If you want some other ways to make the Tooth Fairy’s visit even more special, I’ve got you covered in this post.
DIY Tooth Fairy Pillow Door Hanger
This cute tooth-shaped Tooth Fairy pillow is a great place to put a tooth for the Tooth Fairy to find.
No sewing is necessary.