The Tooth Fairy is coming

When a child looses their teeth, a golden bubble with that child’s name appears in the tooth fairy’s castle. She takes all the bubbles with her when she collects the teeth, and puts the tooth in the child’s bubble so it can float back to her castle and she can fly on to the next lost tooth. When the Tooth Fairy starts her nightly visits, she carries all the bubbles on strings like big bouquet of balloons. By the time the night is over, the last bubble containing the last tooth helps her float home.

Our client’s pre-school munchkin recently parted with a dearly, beloved milk tooth. Knowing very well that the Tooth Fairy is very particular about the teeth she collects and uses for her castle, the tiny tot kept her precious little gnasher in a glass jar, safely tucked away, and eagerly awaiting that wonderful day when one of her precious pearlies will help the fairy float home.

Alas, a denticle in a glass jar would just not suffice. A special tooth, needed a special container.

Our client commissioned us to build a suitable container. No expense was to be spared; Let the imagination run wild!

Our Solution: