A quick and easy tooth fairy pillow, in the shape of a tooth, made with felt scraps that you can make with your little one in about 15 minutes. Includes a free pattern. This post was originally shared in 2009 and has been updated.
Watch our step by step video!
Free Tooth Fairy Pillow Pattern
You’ll need some white felt, craft eyes, hot glue (or craft glue) and colored felt scraps for accessories, you know, like high heels and a crown, haha. We glued the details onto the tooth pillow, but embroidery or hand stitching the mouth and eyes on works too.
You can add a tiny amount of pillow stuffing in between the layers if you’d like. We did this for a couple of them but left it out for the others. It just gives the tooth a bit more of a pillowy fullness.
Print out a copy of the printable tooth shape template and let’s get started!
Tooth Fairy Pillow Supplies
If you’ve been here for more than a minute you know that felt is my go-to fabric for quick and easy sewing projects.
You’ll need some white felt, craft eyes, hot glue (or craft glue) and colored felt scraps if your kids want to add any accessories, you know, like high heels and a crown, haha.
How To Make a Tooth Pillow
Tooth Fairy Pillow Sewing Tutorial
- sewing machine
- printable template
- felt scraps
- white thread
- craft eyes
- craft glue
- Cut out two felt tooth shapes using the template.
- Stitch around the entire tooth with a 1/4" seam allowance. Trim the edges close to the seam with scissors.
- Make sure to not stitch across the top where the little tooth pocket is.
- Add accessories with a bit of craft glue and let dry or hand stitch.