Hello and welcome to a post where we’ve added together all our best messages from the Easter Bunny. (If you’re Australian you might want our Easter Bilby resources instead.) Whether notes, letters or certificates, we bet your little one would love to hear from the most magical rabbit in the world this year.
Along with the little messages and certificates above, one of our favourite Easter resources is this full-length letter from the Easter Bunny. It’s a lovely thing for a child to find with the eggs on Easter Morning… adds a sprinkle of magic to the this holiday occasion.
Looking for some blank Easter notepaper? Try these:
There are many beautiful Tooth Fairy letters out there in the cloud and some of the loveliest ones are very small. Fairy-sized in fact. However, it can be rather fiddly to find a tiny pen (and perhaps your strongest reading glasses!) to write one yourself, so we thought we’d post a couple that are ready-written and free to print out. All you’ll need to make yours is a pair of scissors a dab of glue for the tiny envelope flaps.
So far, we’ve got two letters for a general tooth pick-up and one for a first tooth. Each comes with a matching envelope for a girl or a boy – whichever you want. (They’re all below.) If you’d rather print a normal-sized letter instead, you can still find a range of them on our Tooth Fairy notes page. We’ll be tracking how busy this page is and if it proves popular, we’ll make more miniature letters in the not-to-distant future.
Choose Your Printable Miniature Letter Below:
Just click on the picture of the Tooth Fairy letter you want and you’ll be taken to a PDF file to print and/or download. It’s all free but if you like these and want to support us, come back and see us soon, join our mailing list, or let a friend know. Happy crafting!
If your children speak French, you might also like these tiny letters:
If you’re a bit of a fairy crafting fiend, dipping your tiny Tooth Fairy letter in ultra fine glitter before you put it in the envelope will make it sparkle beautifully when your child takes it out. The glitter won’t stick unless it’s the very fine kind though, like the glitter you see people using for nail art. The best place to find some is probably ebay. Also, beware, it can get everywhere and if you spill it on the carpet you’ll spot the occasional sparkle for months, in spite of your best efforts to vacuum it away. We recommend using it on a tray.
Don’t forget we also have a range of bigger notes, not to mention Tooth Fairy certificates you can print out – for those who find it a bit easier to use something human rather than fairy-sized!
It may be early but with the shops already stocking up for Easter, we thought we’d post a quick collection of resources which you might find useful in the run up to that happy spring Sunday. Oh – and in case you’re reading this and thinking to yourself, “When is Easter this year? I must check! we’ve already googled it for you and it’s Sunday, April 16th.
To get back to the point, all the printables below are meant to help children get some fun out of preparing for Easter early, whether it’s through a reminder to be good between now and then from the Easter Bunny, or simply making a mountain of Easter paper chains! We hope you find them useful.
If you’re wondering what they look like made up, here’s a couple more photos of our Easter paper chains:
Ah, the magic of fairies! Whether it’s a snow fairy flying in and out of the snowflakes on a dark winter’s night or a summer fairy sleeping the afternoon away in the shady petals of a rose, every season has these magical creatures wound up within the stories we tell.
There’s the Tooth Fairy, of course, a fairy of all seasons. Then there’s the Dummy Fairy, who makes just one brief visit in a lifetime. (Or at least that’s the idea… unless there’s a dummy addiction lapse!) Beyond that, most of us have heard of Cicely Mary Barker’s Flower Fairies – here at Rooftop Post we particularly love those – and in the midst of our modern times the Birthday Fairy seems to be becoming more and more popular.
Fairies these days come in all shapes and sizes and styles too. Some fairies are funny and some are beautiful. Some are tubby, some are so delicate they look as though the smallest breath of wind would blow them away. We like them all and try to represent as many different types as we can within our resources. So, without further ado, for those of you looking for free printables which encapsulate the magic of fairies, our favourites from this site are below.