The Deluxe Custom Monsters won a 2010 Parents' Choice Recommended Toy award.
Designed for our friend, Story Cox,
a brave 4-year-old with Leukemia.Profits from the sale of Story's Monster are donated to the Cox Family.
Designed by her parents in memory of Madeline Alice Spohr.Profits from the sale of Maddie's Monster are donated to the March of Dimes in Maddie's memory.
"I am thrilled with my purchase more importantly, my son is thrilled with his purchase and design! Such a cute idea for a tooth pillow and for designing your own monster."
-J.W., Stowe, VT
"I am very happy with my purchase!! I would recommend your site and I hope to use you again. I like that my child and I got a chance to design our little guy and so I knew it made him completely comfortable, nothing scary, and it was so very personalized. ... Thank you for making my son smile."
-S.M., Powell, TN
"Thanks for the awesome Fairy Tooth Pillows! I have 5-1/2 year old identical twin boys, both with a FIRST loose tooth. My boys are true boys and most pillows out there are too baby-ish. We love trucks, dirt, slime, etc...and monsters fit right in. I am very satisfied with my purchase and love to support our local Texas businesses. I will gladly hand out the included business cards to friends and family."
-S.D., College Station, TX
"We just received our monster in the mail today and LOVE it! He is absolutely adorable and so well made. Shipping was very fast. I plan on ordering more for Christmas gifts! Thanks again for such an adorable product and amazing service."
-A.M., Duluth, MN
"My son loves his monster. We were looking at the 'make your own monsters' through FAO and they were way too pricey. My son loved creating his monster and then seeing the results. It looked much better than I imagined. I definitely would recommend this to a friend."
-C.A., Sierra Vista, AZ
"...I ordered a monster for my daughter and gave it to her for her birthday on Saturday (she turned 8). I found out about your site via Twitter a few weeks ago and we played around with building a monster, then she forgot about it (I secretly ordered the monster she made and stashed it in a closet until her birthday). I had to share with you that the monster was her favorite toy (and she got three Webkinz, two DS games and an Ugly doll!)."
-J.D., Eddyville, NY