Hey Y’all! I’m back today with a fun tutorial for a no-sew tooth fairy wand! Violet hasn’t gotten any teeth in yet so I wanted to create a cute little prop for her to pose with once the big day comes (which will hopefully be soon)! This would also make an adorable wand for bigger kids who are starting to lose their first teeth! Enjoy!
- White Felt
- Gold Pipe Cleaners
- Pink Felt
- Gold Star Garland
- Black Sharpie
- Dowel Rod Wood Sticks
- Hot Glue Gun
- Glue Sticks
- Pink Tulle Ribbon
- Poly-fil Stuffing
- Gold Crown Cutouts
Print out a tooth shape to trace onto your felt. I sized mine at about 4″ tall. Then, trace your tooth shape onto your felt using a sharpie or pencil.
Cut out two of your traced teeth and then hot glue the edges together, leaving a small hole for stuffing.
Place a small amount of stuffing into the tooth and then seal the open edge with your hot glue gun.
Hot glue your dowel into the bottom of the tooth.
Wrap your dowel tightly with gold pipe cleaners. I used about three pipe cleaners for this step. Then, wrap the star garland on top of the pipe cleaners.
Using your sharpie, carefully draw eyes and a small mouth onto your tooth. Then, cut out two small pink circles and glue them on to the tooth to represent her little cheeks. Finish her off with the crown.
Using a piece of yarn, loop, and knot your tulle until you reach your desired fullness for the tutu. I stopped when I had enough to cover the front but you can also have the tulle go all the way around. Then, tie and secure with a dot of hot glue.
There you have it, folks! A cute tooth fairy wand for your little one (and you) to enjoy!
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