Help your little one learn how to spell their name with this fun Toddler Name Puzzle! Our puzzles are easy for little hands to handle. Our letters are thick and raised above the base. It introduces your baby to letters, colors, and patterns.
One name per puzzle
Width depends on size of name
Height of base is about 4″ tall
Height of Letters is 2.7″ tall
Primary Color Scheme contains: Blue, Yellow, Red, & Green
Girly Color Scheme: Pink, Yellow, Blue, & Purple
Pastel Color Scheme: Coral, Yellow, Purple, Blue, & Green
Rainbow Color Scheme: Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, & Purple
Black and White color scheme: Grey, Black, & White
Boho Color Scheme: Mint Green, Boho Blue, Coral, & Grey
Colors come in the order listed.
*All lowercase dots (i or j) will be glued into the base for your child’s safety. Do not try to remove the dots. It will break it.
ADD MESSAGE ON BACK OF BASE:
Put a personal message engraved into back of your Toddler Name Puzzle base. Please see photo example.
ALL CAPS – it will be made in ALL CAPS
Upper + Lowercase: example McGree – will be made with a capital “M” and “G”, and the remaining letters in lowercase. (When choosing this style, you are limited to 2 capitals per name)
We CANNOT do special characters, including but not limited to: apostrophes, accents, hyphen, dashes, periods, etc. We will carve accents, hyphens, apostrophes, etc into the base so your little one knows that they are there, but we do not make the small pieces for them.
Each puzzle is custom and handmade, making no two puzzles identical to each other.
As a tree naturally ages, it develops lines, knots, and color variations. When the tree is chopped down the characteristics of the tree stay with it. Part of the beauty of using wooden products is that each piece is unique and tells it’s own story. The wood characteristics are what makes each wooden item stand out as wood not plastic. Wood is a natural source, each piece with it’s own knots, zone lines, color shades, etc. We cannot control the way the way a tree grows. We do not remake puzzles due to the “not liking” the natural characteristics of wood.