Tooth Fairy Letter Freebie

My daughter had been leaving notes around the house for the Tooth Fairy asking if she liked to color, if she had wings and such. It was so sweet, so I decided it was time the Tooth Fairy wrote back. She enjoyed it so much that I I wanted to share this sweet Tooth Fairy Letter with all of you!

This is similar to my Santa Letter, in that you can enter your text in the Tooth Fairy’s own “handwriting”. Just type in your own message, print, trim and stuff into an A7 envelope (5.25 x 7.25″). The letter is 5 x 7″. Click on the link below to download your copy!

By the way, ever since I mentioned flossing in the letter, Reese has been obsessed with doing what the Tooth Fairy told her. Oh, the possibilities! 😉

Download your Tooth Fairy Letter.

Hope you enjoy it!


  1. Miranda Parker says

    Thank you so much for this cute template!
    My daughter lost her first tooth today but did it while she was eating and swallowed her tooth! She was so worried that the tooth fairy wouldn’t come because she didn’t have her tooth, so we wrote a letter to the tooth fairy explaining what happened to the tooth, and I was able to use this to do a letter back to my daughter! I even added a little glitter to it as fairy dust! She’s going to love it!

    • Gretchen says

      Aww, that is so sweet! That happened to my middle daughter a few weeks ago when she dropped her first tooth at school. So happy you could use it to help her celebrate. Thank you for sharing!

  2. says

    Thank you so much for this template! I scaled it down to 40% so its teeny tiny and sprayed a little glitter on it. My daughter is going to freak! I love it.

  3. Pepper says

    Hello I love your tooth fairy letter. However when I click on it to print it only pops up the letter you wrote to Reese. How do I download just the template ?
    Thank you,

  4. Ashley says

    Thank you so much for sharing this, I adore it! My baby lost her first tooth today and will be so excited about this in the morning! Thanks!

  5. Sarah says

    Thanks so much for this template! Being able to type in it is perfect! I’m so appreciative!
    I had to write a note to explain why I’m ‘just’ leaving money and not a big toy! Wow times have changed since I received 25 cents! :)
    Thanks again!

    • Gretchen says

      Hi, Sarah! I’m so glad you were able to use it. And so true on the times changing. Inflation is a killer! 😉

  6. JC says

    A million thank you’s for doing this Tooth Fairy letter! So appreciative to find this especially on a late night. My little one lost her 2nd tooth at her grandmother’s house and didn’t tell anyone until she accidentally dropped it down the sink – oh the tears. She worried and worried that the tooth fairy wouldn’t know. :( This little Tooth Fairy note will make an extra special surprise and reassurance for her that accidents happen.
    Thank you again for sharing!

    • Gretchen says

      Oh no! So happy the note could help. My five year old had the exact same thing happen last week, and he was so upset about it. Thanks for stopping by!

  7. Alicia says

    Thank you very much for sharing this note! I’m so excited to have it for my daughter! She has her first loose tooth and it will be coming out soon!

  8. Twincess Momma says

    Hi Gretchen,
    I love this idea. I have tried for an hour to change the font as you had mentioned, but I cannot. Do you have this set up for use as a MAC document? Thank you in advance for your help and guidance.

    • Gretchen says

      Hi! The font is embedded in the file so there is no need to change it. However, problems with fillable PDFs like this happen for two reasons that are easy to fix: 1. If you are in “Preview” or are trying to edit it in your browser, it won’t work. You actually have to download it to your computer and then open the file in Adobe. 2. You may have an old version of Adobe, and simply need to grab a free update which is available from Hope either of those tips help!

  9. Allie says

    Thank you so much for this adorable template! My son had to have 2 teeth pulled to make room for adult teeth that were already coming in. I used your template to write him a note to let him know that the Tooth Fairy was so proud of how brave he was!

  10. Anna says

    Thank you so very much for this beautiful template! I have found myself here tonight completing one for the third time for my beautiful girl who is so excited to see what the Tooth Fairy will say to her! Thank you!

  11. Mary Thomas says

    This is so lovely and so easy to edit. My daughter will be very pleased she got a reply to her letter.

    Thank you so much for sharing this.

  12. Angela Wiley says

    Thank you so much for this template! My 7 year old just had 2 teeth pulled today, and the dentist forgot to send the baby teeth home with us! I called a few hours later but they said they couldn’t find them :( So, I modified this letter to tell her that the silly dentist forgot to send them home, but she went to his office and took them out of his desk. “Did you know I could do that? Well, I can and I did! Anything for you.” I know she’s going to be so excited! Let’s just hope she doesn’t remember anything about it tonight so the letter can be a surprise. I printed it on pink cardstock.

  13. Em says

    Thank you so much, this saved me so much time and saved my elder son catching the handwriting and spoiling my daughters first tooth. I actually shrunk the letter and then printed it in miniature on Hemp paper and it looks magical. Thank you so much for sharing.

  14. Sophia says

    Brilliant template! Thank you so much for doing a free one. It saved me hours of messing about on word as i am useless!

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