Although I have a few years before the tooth fairy visits our house I was thinking about how hard it would be for me to write those very tiny letters. Then I came across The World’s Smallest Postal Service.
The Postmaster made an appearance at the Amy Krouse Rosenthal book signing a few weeks back and showed us her teeny tiny letters. Click here to see a video of the crafty postmaster at work.
Lea Redmond, the Postmaster, will replicate a letter for you and send it to the recipient. Each letter is written in the tiniest print and then sealed with a minuscule wax seal with the sender's initial pressed into it. Then the letter is placed inside a coin case, packaged up with a magnifying glass in a glassine envelope, and finished off with a large wax seal. In addition to wedding invitations, birth announcements, love letters, and graduation cards, Lee Redmond also does tooth fairy cards with fairy dust sprinkled inside. Perfect!
It is nice to know that if Emi chooses to write the tooth fairy she'll be guaranteed a little letter. This mom may also have to write a letter to her personal tooth fairy and see if she is still in business. Perhaps she has more of those silver dollars lying around?