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Today you will want to stop by and see what Katie Cotton has to share with you!


Here is what Katie Cotton had to say

Right away when I saw the Shop Til You Drop template, I knew I wanted to create a little coin collecting basket because we always have loose change around the house!  And as it turned out i was away from home more than AT home this past month, I didnt have my normal tools which meant *GASP* no cutting machine!  But this template turned out super cute by just coloring IN the negative spaces!  So this template is just as fabulous as a PDF version as a cutting template!  Check it out for more details!Today I am focusing on gifts made using the NEW! Lost My Tooth © set. Now this set has a stunning fairy shilouette and some other images, so it is also great for cards and tags too!

I’d like to share with you some projects I made for my children. Nowadays what I do for one, I have to do for all.

Also think of how sweet this would be as a unique baby gift 😀

I have 3 kids, all in prime “tooth losing” ages, so this was a super fun project for me to complete! The boxes had to be a surprise to my kids, so I asked then (since it changes sometime) what thier current favorite color was.

Alexa is 10-favorite color pink

Noah is 7- favorite color blue

Amber is almost 6-favorite color purple

So with the I grabbed my NEW! Lost My Tooth © set and made them each something special!


An entire Tooth Fairy Gift set, complete with notes FROM the tooth fairy 😀

NOTE: We do have a little TYPO :C in the set. This sentiment will be replaced within the set, so for anyone ordering you will get the corrected version of the sentiment!

How sweet is this little ensemble?!

I made my first mini tooth fairy tin years ago when I did a craft show and they sold out within an HOUR! That was also improvising with images and stuff. If I had this set it would have been so fun and EASY! Maybe even sold better 😀 People LOVED the concept if it.

Now the Lost My Tooth © set is also available in digital download so you could even customize your labels with the child’s name too!

First up ….Pretty in Pink is Alexa’s set!


Alexa is “older” and so I wanted a more elegant look, so I made her less “cutesy” .

Here we have:

The large fairy box, that holds the actual tooth slider tin and notes to or from the tooth fairy


I used a large hinge top tin for this. Note: Metal Hinge Top Tin can be found here: https://www.sks-bottle.com/340c/fin7b.htmlI used a shimmery pink cardstock, and stamped the label image from Money Well Spent for the top.

I used my Circut to cut an oval for the top, where I used the Lost My Tooth ©  set to stamp my sweet, large fairy shilouette, then over her the poem that I made up. I love that poem!

The simple addition of some paper roses, and some ribbon and it was done! You can really whip these up!


Now to go with the tin (which can fit your gift) would be a tooth shaped note FROM the tooth fairy! This was made using the Lost My Tooth © Pretty Pieces Cut File, and stamped with the large tooth image from the set.

The type looks like handwriting, and the fairy shilouette just completes it!


On the back of the note you can attach a coin, or even some cash. That is also why the larger gift tin comes in handy!

Now another shaped note….TO the tooth fairy!


I used the smaller fairy shilouette for this one.

The little tooth box was made using the label with the “My Little Tooth Box” sentiment. A childs tooth is sure to be secure in there!

Next we have the other girly creation: Amber’s Bling Box


They ALL have the same elements, just in different colors and a little something different and special about each! I made sure each top was designed differently.


(this is the sentiment with the typo)

Amber is always wanting MORE sparkle and MORE bling on everything I do, so here she gets it!

I used the Lost My Tooth © Pretty Pieces Cut File for my 3D fairy. I just added some stickles to her wings. For her fluter trail I used the Fanciful Flourishes set


Look at how I used the star trail in the set, with the tooth image to decorate the sides of my large hinge top tin!

I used glitter pens to color the stars, then Liquid Pearls on the teeth! SUPER cute!


Here is everything tucked away nicely for the awakening after “the” night!

You have your sweet note from the tooth fairy with the money on the back! What a super sweet surprise 😀

Now for the every difficult boy. I told you this set is made to be gender neutral and I swear it is. If my 7 year old son didn’t say anything about it beign TOO girly, trust me you are good to go! LOL!

Here is Noah’s set:


While I think the fairy is still appropriate I think that the stars and teeth are even more so!

That eing said this was my boy version, which can also be used for girls!

This time I the tooth and added it as my main focus to the tin!


With the poem TO the tooth fairy, I chose to use the small tooth image, and the “build a wand” using the star as my topper. See, nothing girly about it. There is even BLING without it being over the top “ew” to boys.

I layered the tooth onto a vellum cardstock layer which was stamped using the Fanciful Flourishes set.


Around the bottom I varied my pattern from the purple one to use just the stars. I cut out the small tooth as my embellishment to replace my personal need for a “bow”, and kept it boyish with a ginham check ribbon.


Here is the tin opened with the “goods” from the tooth fairy. Honestly my kids get more than a quarter (much to my hubby’s shock with the years of inflation from what he as a child received! LOL! But you could adhere a stack of quaters too.


All in all the note from the tooth fairy is such a cute surprise to kids 😀 Money on it or not.

Use the tins for that!

Supplies from My Time Made Easy ™ LLC

Pretty Impressions Stamp Set: Lost My Tooth © , Fanciful Flourishes

Cardstock by Couture Cardstock: OSW white,

Pretty Pieces Cut File: Lost My Tooth © Pretty Pieces Cut File

So this was *just* the tip of the iceberg of ideas! I hope it sparked some ideas for you and your creative gift giving. Maybe even some possible projects for you to do with your children, or for children you know.

Be sure you come back each day this week, because we are just getting started.