Freebie Friday | Tooth Fairy SVG Cut Files
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Sweet Tooth Fairy Character for Tooth Bags and Felt Crafting
Is it almost time for your little one's first Tooth Fairy visit? We've been waiting for what seems like ages for little man to lose his first tooth and we're finally close! So of course first thing I had to do was come up with a tooth holder for him to put under his pillow:
Super cute, plus it has a bunch of options! Inside your download folder you'll find your usual layered and knockout options for pressing vinyl to little tooth fairy bags.
Add a quick name, choose your colors and go:
You'll also find two other versions inside. One with stencil style lettering for the quote on the back, "Official Tooth Fairy Exchange Program." (Don't know why but I had this whole Potterverse vibe going on with the quote.)
The other is without the quote for paper and felt crafting. I sized mine at 6" wide and cut using regular craft felt with the rotary blade on the Cricut Maker. (Beware it'll get a little loud when cutting the eyes, mouth and shine mark, but it had no trouble cutting them, so don't be alarmed.)
After everything was cut and cleaned up, I used embroidery floss to stitch it together. (Excuse the messy stitching, I kept cutting the floss too short. Just a tab bit rusty with a needle.)
I stitched the face and back of the tooth to their outlines. Next I clipped everything together with some tiny binder clips I had laying around and sewed the inside of the wings together through all four layers.
Last, I used a blanket stitch through all four layers from the inside corner of one wing and all the way around to the inside corner of the other. You're left with a nice little pouch to hold those baby teeth:
On a mobile device and need to unzip your files? Check out this reference sheet.
Silhouette user without the Designer Edition upgrade? Here's a handy reference sheet that'll make using dxf files a breeze.
Each download contains a ZIP FILE with four folders:
- SVG – for use with Silhouette (upgraded), Cricut and other vinyl cutters
- DXF – for use with Silhouette Studio without the Design Edition upgrade (no tracing needed)
- PNG - transparent photo image for printing and mockups, if you need a mirrored image, please send me a message and I’ll email copies over
- EPS - print, large plotters, Corel Draw users
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