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The Tooth Fairy Has Nothing on a Tooth Scary!



Tooth Scary will hang onto your child's toothbrush until they need.

Photo courtesy of Toothscary

 

Seattle craftspeople Randy and Joanne Harvey have found a way to improve on the tooth fairy experience. 

Tooth Scaries will guard your child’s precious lost baby tooth until it can be safely traded for cash, all without disturbing their sleep. When not holding a tooth collection bag, the multitasking monsters can serve as toothbrush holders. Best of all, a portion of the proceeds goes toward helping children born with cleft palates.

For a tooth scary of your very own, check out the Toothscary Etsy shop!

 

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