Friday, May 22, 2009

The Tooth Fairy

One of my friends grandsons is getting ready to lose his first tooth so I offered to make him a pillow. I bought the pattern from JayBird Designs and it worked up nice and quick. Below is a photo of front and back. I used the green glow in the dark for the pocket so that the Tooth Fairy would have no trouble finding the place to put the cash or whatever it is that tooth fairies leave for the kids today. All it in I think it turned out cuter an I do hope that Master Colin likes it.








I also finally finished the laprobe that I was making for the elder group at the Crocheting for a Cause Group that I belong to, I think it will match on of the wheelchair bags that Cherri made perfectly.



Thats all for today. *HUGS*

12 comments:

Ghost said...

The lapghan is great and the tooth is just TOOOOTH perfect for words.

Sandie said...

What a great idea to use the glow in the dark yarn for the little pocket. I have some of that yarn and have been wondering what to do with it. The laprobe is so bright and cheerful. I have heard the seniors do enjoy the bright colors because eyesight is not as good, so well done!

Cherri said...

Oh Scarlet, that little tooth is just too cute. Love that little pocket on it's behind. LOL!! And that laprobe will perfectly match the wheelchair bag that I made!!!! You've done a wonderful job.
Hugs, Cherri

daniellaprice30 said...

It's funny how my parents made me believe on tooth fairies. I got mad with my dentist in Sydney when he removed my teeth. So I just made a tooth pillow just like this one and it's really hilarious I faithfully I prayed to that fairy.

Maia Dobson said...

That craft is so pretty. I recall my own childhood with this tooth pillow. When me and my mom when to my Buckhead dentist for a tooth extraction, I was already told that I should make a pillow like this and request that the tooth fairy would replace it soon.

Isaac Jamieson said...

I think this is a brilliant idea to attract children who will lose their first tooth. I think I should create one for my dentist who is expert in cosmetic dentistry in Houston.

Stew said...

It does look amazingly cute! That would be so much for a kid to take. You know what I would love to try on for a tooth fairy pillow creation is something to the effect of a fullerton invisalign design. I need help on the design though, as that can be quite tedious I reckon.

Marcella said...

I remember the legend of the tooth fairy with your post. When I was young, I really believed it is true. A pediatric dentist rockford il friend of mine even shares this story to kids that visit his clinic.

Geoff Granfield said...

That pillow will make it easy for any dad to drag their kids to the dentist. I have so much hassle having to get my son over to his dentists goose creek clinic. That pillow will do the trick! Where can I get that?

charleynortons said...

I remember how my mom made me believe so hard that there’s a tooth fairy when I was a kid. It was a bit disappointing when I found out it wasn’t true, but at least it made me a little less scared everytime they would take me to a dentist in rockford il.

IV Sedation Dentist Anchorage said...

Nice Pillow, Nice creativity and pocket is make it more attractive.

Alcan Dental said...

Very creative pillow. This is something my mom would make us while we were kids