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This is a reserved listing for Geneviève Gauthier
Please do not buy this listing if you are not Geneviève! Thanks!

Tooth fairy pillow - Sensory soft toy - Tooth monster stripes model

I present to you the "tooth-eating monster"! This cute pillow has a double function: it can be used as sensory soft toy for babies and later on as a toothfairy pillow for older childrens. Why not even use it as a vessel to hide little surprises for your toddler!

Babies will love to explore the different fabric & ribbon textures offered by this sensory soft toy. Great for developing fine motor skills and totally baby proof, this heart is stuffed with soft hypoallergenic polyester filling, perfect for those little explorers who tend to put everything in their little mouths!

Once they’ll lose their first baby tooth, I bet they’ll be pretty happy to hide it in this cute pillow when going to sleep to find it replace by a dollar (or more, some toothfairies can be quite generous!) the next morning!

Approximately 5” X 5”

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*All items are made in a smoke-free environment*

*If you'd like this item to be shipped to a country which is not listed below (international order), pls convo me for a quote for shipping fees, it will be a pleasure! :) *

RESERVED LISTING for Geneviève Gauthier - Tooth fairy pillow


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: gros grain ribbon, satin ribbon, polyester filling, printed velours, houndstooth woven fabric, denim, felt
  • Ships from Canada to select countries.
  • Feedback: 28 reviews
  • Favorited by: 37 people