Sunday, November 17, 2019

A New Twist on the Tooth Fairy: The Toothless Monster Set

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.



The Toothless Monster is a tooth fairy experience like no other: when your child loses a tooth, the monster gains one, permanently. This is a wonderful concept because after all, a friend in need, is a friend indeed!




The concept is simple and the outcome can be delightful. Santa afterall, has his elves...shouldn't someone as busy as the tooth fairy have a helper too? Meli or Monte (purple or blue monsters) have a mouth full of nothing, and they'd really like to have their teeth. Once your child loses his or her tooth, you place it under the tongue of the monster. In the morning, he/she wakes up with a new tooth in his/her mouth! The magic is in the secret set of plastic teeth you have that are concealed from curious little ones. Pop one in while the child is sleeping, and voila' they have a new tooth in the morning. Once the tooth is in place, it is permanent and cannot be removed or moved around. The final step is the monster leaves a thank-you-note for your little one. I like that because it reinforces good manners to the littles.


There is a hardback book as well, that tells the story of the Toothless Monster, and how when you put a tooth in his mouth that you have naturally lost, it magically will turn into a tooth for the wide-eyed, adorable Meli or Monte. It is a fun twist on an old favorite, and something the kids are sure to enjoy.


This is what the monster teeth look like. They are hard plastic and small, so this set is recommended for ages 5+. Glow in the dark teeth are also available.

Learn more about The Toothless Monster by visiting the website. You can also follow along on Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram.





9 comments:

  1. That is great. The tooth fairy can have helpers too. Neat idea to sneak in some teeth and let thing kiddos see it in the morning.

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  2. I would loved to have had this when my daughter was younger. This is so cute.

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  3. Goodness! That's toothless monster is too cute! I bet my son would that and the book. I'm going to check t out!

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  4. How fun. It can mirror their own teeth. Very clever.

    Have a fabulous day and week, my friend. ♥

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  5. This so cute! My niece would love it!

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  6. This is adorable! My youngest is five years old and can't wait to start losing teeth!

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  7. That is cute! I did what Theresa posted once, I put glitter glue on a dollar bill. Isaak thought it was so cool that fairy dust was on his money. She also wrote him tiny, little notes. This is a great twist too!

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  8. I LOVE this idea! What a fun twist to the tooth fairy!

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