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Tooth Fairy Tin

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Cassi Darwin

This project is perfect for the kids in your life that need a safe spot to store a lost tooth until the tooth fairy arrives!

Step 1: Wash and dry a mini Altoids tin.

Step 2: Use a paint dauber and some acrylic craft paint to cover the logo and nutrition facts on the tin. Set it aside to dry and wash your paint dauber quickly so you can reuse it.

Step 3: Cut a small piece of cardstock to cover the top of the tin and round the corners (any color except white, so the tooth will stand out).

Step 4: Use Lawn Fawn's Claire's ABCs stamp set to stamp "tooth fairy" on the right side of the cardstock.

Step 5: Cut a tooth shape from white cardstock. I looked at some clip art online for reference.

Step 6: Use Lawn Fawn's Sweet Friends stamp set to stamp a cute face on the tooth, and adhere the tooth to the left side of the cardstock.

Step 7 (optional): To make this a bit more durable you can laminate the piece of cardstock or cover it with clear packing tape.

Step 8: Once the paint on the tin is dry, you can use really strong adhesive tape (Scor-Tape) to stick the cardstock to the top of the tin.

Step 9: Adding a piece of felt to the inside makes a nice resting spot for a tooth. Ranger Ink's Alcohol Ink Applicator Felt pieces are the perfect size, just round the corners before placing it in the tin.

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Products Used:

Lawn Fawn Claire's ABCs, SKU LF381

Lawn Fawn Sweet Friends, SKU LF1551

Lawn Fawn Jet Black Ink, SKU LF1302

Lawn Fawn Acrylic Stamping Block, SKU LF500

Sponge Dauber, SKU STDAB003

Adirondack Alcohol Ink Applicator Applicator Felt, SKU TIM-20844

EK Tools Small Precision Scissors, SKU 54-00049