My youngest has just started to lose her baby teeth, and she comes up with the cleverest obstacles to make the tooth fairy go through to get to the tooth.
This little box reduces the effort the tooth fairy must exert to get to said tooth.
Neenah Solar White cardstock was stamped with Lockhart's Gardening Angel using a Palette pad in Noir, then a one-inch square punch punched out the angel's face and body. The one-inch square was then trimmed slightly, and mounted onto a thick Black Inchie Square for a quality mat. Inchie Squares are thick, museum quality one-inch matboard squares sold in boxes of 72, and create an instant, quality embellishment with a nice height and weight to them.
A 1-1/4" square of the same patterned paper was inserted into an Inchie Box bottom, then the above box was inserted like this:
There is a small gap between the top of the patterned paper box and the top of the acrylic box, so the tooth does not accidentally fall out when the lid is opened. Nothing like furiously searching for a tiny tooth, hidden in the carpet, quietly, at midnight, in the dark ...
A 1-1/4" square of the Fernbrae paper was also adhered to the Inchie Box inside lid...
... and another 1-1/4" square of Fernbrae was adhered to the Inchie Box over the logo sticker. The colored angel Inchie unit was adhered to the box top.
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