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Loose Tooth Pouch

By: Mariana Patrick for Crafty Guides

Celebrate your child's first lost tooth by whipping up a quick tooth fairy bag! The loose tooth pouch from Crafty Guides is the perfect place to put the missing tooth, and when your child wakes up, there will be a special surprise inside!

Loose Tooth Pouch


  • Felt
  • Scissors
  • Needle
  • Embroidery thread
  • Button


Loose Tooth Pouch

  1. Cut out a long (6-7") rectangular piece out of felt.
  2. On the top end, cut a triangular flap.
  3. Sew initial on opposite side of felt piece, before the next step.
  4. Cut a small slit on the center flap slightly smaller than the size of the button you will be using.
  5. Bring flap down to find the exact point for your button. Sew button on.
  6. Fold in half by bringing the bottom edge to the starting point of the flap.
  7. Sew around side openings and bottom edge.

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I agree with Artfulannie. It is really easy & looks nice.

Great idea, i would add things, or change colours etc, to suit the child it was for....


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