Product Idea: Tooth Fairy Dishes with Silhouette Cameo or Cricut

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Yesterday, I gave an alternative to glittered Christmas ornaments with a tutorial for wood grain Christmas ornaments. Let’s look at another product alternative today: tooth fairy dishes!

I know that many, many sellers love making and selling ring dishes. Unfortunately, the market is just getting saturated. On Etsy alone, a quick search of “Ring dish” at the time of writing this article brought up over 27,000 ring dishes for sale. That’s a lot of competition.

The other day I was thinking about ring dish alternatives. Then, Emily lost a molar and I fumbled around her room to find it under her pillow and nearly impaled¬†myself balancing on the frame of her bed (she has a loft bed) while playing tooth fairy. It dawned on me that a tooth fairy dish is a great product alternative to a ring dish. I did a quick search of “tooth fairy dish” on Etsy and found under 40 listings. For Silhouette Cameo and Cricut sellers, that’s an open market – so get to it and start designing! You’ll need a ring dish (most sellers use sauce or condiment dishes) and some adhesive vinyl.

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Tooth Fairy Dish - A great alternative or complement to ring dishes! Make your own with a Silhouette Cameo or Cricut Explore. Includes free cut file. By cuttingforbusiness.com.

4 thoughts on “Product Idea: Tooth Fairy Dishes with Silhouette Cameo or Cricut”

  1. Very cute idea. I don’t have kids, but oddly enough just saw a video where a guy created a CG tooth fairy that “went and got” the tooth and left a pewter… tube with a pretty crystal in the middle. I thought two things: 1. How do parents do it, dig under a kids pillow for a tiny object and replace it, usually with money. 2. How do they not wake up? Your idea is wonderful, how much easier would it have been for you to make the swap from a dish?! I’ve seen the tiny boxes, but I’m not even sure a quarter would fit in them and a bill would have to be folded VERY small to fit. I think you have the perfect answer!

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