I was reading about the tooth fairy on the internet and I thought, “This looks like a really interesting idea, but how do you make one?”
Well, here’s the solution.
If you’re a regular reader, you know that I have an obsession with tooth fairy stories.
I’ve never made one before but my dad was a tooth Fairy himself and we’ve had many tooth fairy recipes over the years.
My dad would make one or two tooth fairy creations for us and when we visited him one time, he told us that it was the best one he’d ever made.
It was a bit of a feat, but we thought it would be a good opportunity to give a tutorial on how to make one.
First, find a tooth.
If you don’t have one, you can find one at your local hardware store.
For example, I’ve found one at Walgreens.
Take a toothpaste.
You need a tooth paste that is at least twice as thick as the tooth you want to make.
I used toothpaste made with Jojoba oil.
Wash the tooth.
This should be done with a tooth brush or toothpaste sponge.
Brush the tooth with toothpaste (I used a tooth toothbrush).
Make sure the toothpaste is completely dry before starting.
Rinse out the toothbrush and toothpaste mixture.
Start the tooth Fairy.
I would suggest using a tooth mirror and a clean cloth to keep your tooth fairy clean.
Make sure your tooth is clean and dry before you start brushing the tooth paste.
Wait a few seconds for the tooth to get wet.
You don’t want to start brushing until it has dried completely.
This is why it is important to keep the tooth clean and not have any dust or debris in your tooth.
Start brushing the teeth.
It’s important that you start with a clean and fresh tooth.
I like to do this by holding the tooth in the mouth with a wet cloth.
Brush out the excess toothpaste from the tooth and then wipe off the excess from the inside of the tooth brush.
Repeat the process for all the toothpies.
Now that your tooth Fairy is ready, it’s time to put the tooth back into the mouth.
Start by wiping the inside and outside of the mouth clean.
Do this until the tooth is dry.
If it is wet, you’re not done yet.
You can wipe off excess tooth paste from the brush and brush it out of the area where you left the tooth wet.
Do the same with the outside of your mouth.
Do that same thing to the outside as well.
Repeat until the entire tooth is coated in toothpaste!
Here’s what I did for my tooth fairy.
I added the tooth as well as the mouth piece to the mouthpiece and made it bigger than the tooth itself.
It takes a bit to get the tooth out, but it’s worth it because you can use the toothpiece to help hold it in place.
As the tooth gets bigger, it becomes more difficult to keep it in the correct position when you are brushing it out.
You will need to move it around while brushing the outside and inside of your toothpiece.
To do this, put the tip of your finger over the top of the edge of the head of the brush to keep brushing it from moving.
Then, slowly pull your finger away from the tip until the brush is completely in the center of the tip.
Then you can brush it all the way to the end.
Once the tooth has been cleaned out, it can be placed in the fridge for about 15 minutes to allow the tooth powder to mix in with the tooth filling.
Then it can sit for about 10 minutes before being rinsed and ready to use.
The tooth fairy will take about an hour to make, but if you want, you could double the amount of toothpaste for a longer tooth fairy time.
You can make your own tooth fairy by cutting a tooth out of a tooth or a tooth-shaped piece of paper, and filling it with tooth paste and letting it sit overnight in a bowl.
Then take it out, put it in your mouth and start brushing.