Friday, February 28, 2014

Tooth Fairy Pillow and a freebee............

Hello everyone.......
Did you know that today is National Tooth Fairy Day??

I truly had no idea until Christine said she did a speical image for it.
 Look at this little cutie!! 
I have made a tooth pocket pillow.
VERY FUN and way CUTE to put children's teeth in.

You can read about National Tooth Fairy Day HERE

I have used canvas to color the image on with my copic markers.
I have used my sewing machine to create my fun little pillow. With lace around the outside edge and big pink ric rac in the middle. I have added a satin bow at the top right with a cute little tooth/tooth brush charm.
Paper a felt flower on bottom right.
In the next photo you will see that the tulle can be pulled out of the pocket and the tooth placed inside and tied around it. So that the tooth fairy can get the tooth out eaiser!!! CLEVER HUH?? 

Challenges to enter my project:
Outlawz Twisted Thursday  Anything Goes... Twist Pocket/Pocket Card
 As You Like it Challenge - Favorite 3D Texture 
(fabrics- Love the feel different fabrics)
Divas by Design - Sparkle (stickles on image)
Inklings and Yarns- Always anything goes
 Rhedd & Rosie's Challenge Blog #27 Anything but a card

Close up of the fun charm.

Would you like to win this cute little stamp??
If so please leave me a comment. I will randomly draw the winner March 7, 2014 and post to my blog. So please come back then to check and see if you are my winner!

  Tomorrow is The Paper Nest March Release Blog Hop.
I hope to see you then.

Thank you for stopping by today!!!


Nicola said...

OMG Janiel, I adore your tooth fairy pillow - too cute!!! The image is coloured beautifully and the sweet little charm is awesome!
Hugs Nicola xxx

Melanie Smith said...

JUST PRECIOUS!!!!! Can't wait for the blog hop!

Ardilla said...

Beautiful pillow!
I didn´t know you can do that with copics... great job!
Ardilla :)

The Paper Nest Dolls said...

Amazzzzzing!!! Thanks so much hon :)
Hugs xxxxx

Laila B. said...

Wow...what a precious creation!!!
Love it!!!
And this stamp is just adorable!!!

honey_bunny said...

Such a clever idea with the tooth fairy pillow, Janny! That's just too cute. :) <3

Christine Dol said...

Leave it to you Janiel to come up with such a clever and cute idea! I just love the way you coloured on the canvas!!!! Super Duper Adorable!


Gorgeous and beautiful Janiel just love this and love the image
Hugs Dianne xx :)

Jaya Raghuvanshi said...

Love the cute pillow..what an adorable image!

Teri said...

Omg, this is darling!!! You always come up with the most adorable, gorgeous things!! This would be a great stamp for me, my granddaughter is turning 6 and hasn't lost any teeth yet, so I know it's coming! She would LOVE this pillow!!!

KT Fit Kitty said...

I love your little tooth fairy pillow! What a sweet idea! Wish I had thought of this!!!

Alycia said...

Love her!! But who doesn't love the tooth fairy, right? :) And your pillow is darling.

Alicia said...

Beautiful!!! Love it!!!

Sue D said...

Very pretty tooth fairy pillow and I like the tulle to pull out the tooth easier.
slrdowney at hotmail dot com

JoanneO said...

I love this stamp and your tooth fairy pillow! You are so creative and your project is beautiful! If I win the stamp, I will use it to make a pillow for my great granddaughter, Eden, for when she looses her first tooth.
Thanks for sharing and offering this giveaway.

Glennis said...

This is the cut
est little pillow - I love it

Ustvarjalni utrinki Tamara P. said...

Fantastic card
hugs Tamara

Ustvarjalni utrinki Tamara P. said...
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Ustvarjalni utrinki Tamara P. said...

Fnatastic pillow
hugs Tamara

Pop's Cards said...

Stunning sweetie I love what you have done here hugs Pops x

Tammy said...

I'm so glad to see that you can use copics on canvas. The pillow looks great. Smiles...Tammy

terriavidreader (IN-USA) said...

How cute! Thanks for sharing. I'd love to win that little image too, thanks for a chance.

alethea said...

Se is adorable as is your little pillow you made! i love tat you can colour on material!! It looks amazing!! Thanks for the chance to win this cute stamp! HUgsxx

Heidi Brawley said...

Oh this is Beautiful! ! My 7 yr old and I love it!!! She is not done losing teeth and would really love it!!!!

Fitriyani Evelyne said...

oh my ....absolutely cute and pretty, love this so much :)

Candy said...

Dear Janiel,
I love your sweet pillow!
SO SWEET - the perfect gift for a little girl.
I would be so excited to win the image.
Big Hugs, Candy

Jill said...

This is just so perfect!
What a great idea for a little gift. My Gabriella is turning 6 in April and still haven't lost a single one. Would be a perfect image ♥

Hugs sweetie and have a great weekend

Beth Brovold said...

OH WOW Janiel...your creative mind knows no bounds!! ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS!!!!

mgoll88 said...

what a wonderfull creation, looks very amazing


Linsey said...

Oh my gosh, this is the SWEETEST thing I've ever eyes on!!! Iam in absolute love with it and I'm in awe of your magnificent talent!!! Are you by chance interested in selling this pillow? I have a 6 year old niece who would adore it beyond measure! It's just precious and I simply don't possess the talent to create such a thing for her. Anyway, amazingly inspiring indeed! TFS Hugs!

Carmen M. said...

How incredibly cute. Love it!

Lisa Mendoza said...

Oh My Goodness. I so want to make this. My daughter lost her first tooth but she swallowed it. Maybe I can make one before the next one falls out. How inspiring.

vinita jain said...

Awww soo cute!!!
Love the idea of creating a tooth fairy pillow. Wonderful!

Debra Brock said...

Such a clever idea! I love the pillow!

Christy Designs said...

Lovely tooth fairy pillow ,soo cute !! Precious creation.
Thanks for sharing this great idea

Grenouille Greetings said...

Your tooth fairy pillow is adorable, PQ. I have first hand experience of your lovely colouring on fabric and your amazing sewing and I just KNOW that this pillow would look lovely IRL too! Hope you are okay, hun! Hugs, Lesley