Get ready to flutter into a magical realm with these 14 Tooth Fairy coloring pages that are all free to print and download! These pages open a portal into the world of the Tooth Fairy, celebrating the rite of passage of losing one’s first tooth and the ensuing magical visit from our beloved fairy!
For this series, you will find many illustrations of the Tooth Fairy that will appeal to all ages and skill levels. Included are dental-themed pages, the Tooth Fairy visiting at night, simple outlines of the Tooth Fairy, and even a Peppa Pig-themed page, to name a few!
To start coloring in any of these pictures, you can click any of the below images or links, which will open the PDF file on a new page. Once opened, you can then download and print as many times as you like!
All these PDF coloring pages are on standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes! Enjoy!
10 Craft Ideas To Do With Tooth Fairy Coloring Pages
All children look forward to the Tooth Fairy coming with a prize whenever they lose a tooth.
If your youngster loves coloring this character, here are some affordable and interesting crafts to do with the finished pages.
1. Pocket of Money
Start this craft by having the youngster cut out a Tooth Fairy from the finished page and glue it to the bottom half of a piece of poster board.
A small tooth should then be traced and cut from white construction paper and glued to the Tooth Fairy’s hand, leaving some space at the top to create a pocket.
Next, bend the top of the poster board down so that the ensemble stands like a card.
The child can place it at the bedside and awaken to find a dollar bill tucked into the pocket.
2. Make a Funny Fluffy Tooth
This comical craft will please any child. Once the Tooth Fairy is colored and cut out, it should be glued to green card stock.
Cotton balls and wiggle eyes should be used to make the Tooth Fairy three-dimensional.
Finally, attach a real toothbrush to the Tooth Fairy’s hand with krazy glue for some hilarious abstract art.
This fun craft might even remind your youngsters to brush their teeth!
3. Tooth Fairy Pencil Holder
This Tooth Fairy pencil holder makes a terrific classroom activity. Give each child an empty paper towel cardboard, and have them trim off the top third.
Next, when their Tooth Fairies are colored and cut out, have them fold them around the front of the rolls.
The bodies should be glued to the cardboard, but the wings should be allowed to stretch out.
This makes it look like the wings are coming from behind the body. The students can then embellish them with glitter and puffy paint to create adorable pencil holders.
4. Record-Keeping Fun
To start this fun craft, use ordinary construction paper and have the youngster use a ruler to create lines.
These should run approximately halfway down the page, and the cutout from the coloring page should be glued to the bottom, left-hand side.
On the right-hand side, the youngster can draw a text bubble so that the child can make the Tooth Fairy say something funny about all those lost teeth!
5. Fun and Educational Poster
All youngsters will enjoy making this poster, and it’s both fun and educational.
The child should color two Tooth Fairies, cut them out, and glue them to either side of a piece of construction paper.
Using a marker or puffy paint, a frown should be drawn on one of the cutout’s faces.
On the smiling side, the youngster can list or draw healthy foods for teeth, and on the opposite side, those that are not so good!
6. Tooth Fairy Travels
A tiny muslin bag, some cotton balls, and a piece of poster paper are all that’s needed for this engaging craft.
When the youngster has colored the Tooth Fairy, it should be glued to the poster board, with cotton balls glued above the Tooth Fairy cutout to depict clouds.
Next, a tiny muslin bag should be glued to the Tooth Fairy’s hand, and the youngster can add white pom-poms to the bag’s opening.
This makes it look like the fairy is collecting teeth from place to place!
7. Receipt For That Tooth
This fun craft only requires a piece of white printer paper, a purple marker, and the Tooth Fairy cutout.
Across the top half of the paper, the youngster should write “Tooth Receipt.”
Underneath, two or three lines should be made with a ruler so that the Tooth Fairy can fill out the receipt.
When the Tooth Fairy is colored and cut out, it should be glued to the bottom half of the page, and this receipt can actually be used!
8. Make a Keepsake Box
An empty mint tin, a small wooden box, or even a small shoebox can be turned into a place for youngsters to save their baby teeth.
When the youngster has colored several Tooth Fairy pages, they can laminate the inside and outside of such a box.
This can be completed decal-style, or the pages can be used in their entirety. Either way, the artwork should be sealed with acrylic spray, and the box will last a long time.
9. Door Hanger Invitation
To make this cute invitation for the Tooth Fairy, the youngster should color and cut out the characters.
Using poster board, a door hanger can be made by simply tracing and cutting out a long rectangle and making a slit for the doorknob.
One Tooth Fairy cutout should be glued to either side. Using a marker, a message should be written on one side saying that a tooth is ‘ready to be collected.’
The other side should feature a message that the Tooth Fairy has visited and left a reward!
10. Tooth Fairy Doorway Ornament
To make this cute doorway ornament, a Tooth Fairy should be colored, glued to thin cardboard, and carefully cut out.
Next, glue a small craft stick to the Tooth Fairy’s hand. This can be embellished by placing a foil star on the end.
Have the youngster cut a tiny tooth from white paper and glue it to the star’s center for extra fun.
When hung in a doorway, it looks like the Tooth Fairy is wafting down on wings.