the tooth fairy has a private entrance
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The Daughter lost her 1st tooth right after Christmas. The morning after we awoke to this beautiful fairy door in her bedroom and a note explaining the door would make future visits much easier. I really never had an answer whenever there was talk of how the tooth fairy came into the house. Now we know :-)
BTW - we have an arts and craft style home so our baseboards are really big. The door is 3" tall by 4" wide.
She also left some fairy dust and three $1 gold coins. One to save, one to donate and one to spend. The 2nd tooth was left last night and The Daughter has ditched the monogrammed tooth fairy pillow to leaving it in a tiny plastic tooth fairy box right outside the door. The Daughter thinks she has the magical door (none of her friends have one yet) because she believes in fairies the most.
I over sharpened the image a little so you could see the wood grain in the door. It's really amazing in real life, the photo doesn't remotely do it justice. The talented artist is, Clay by Kim. She uses polymer clay and her creativity is mind blowing. I have already stashed away a door for The Son, she used a pirate cave entrance for inspiration and we commissioned some very cool dog beads for The Daughter's birthday party.
Kim was wonderful to work with and I can't say how pleased I've been with all of my items. And let's face it, I'm well on the other side of picky and have very high expectations. My product endorsements are far and few between. Kim rocks!