Celebrate the arrival of a new baby or mark a special date in a completely unique way by personalizing our Name Puzzle. Each letter consists of multiple puzzle pieces, a nice challenge for the insight and motorics of the toddler! Just decide what name you would like and choose from 4 beautiful color combinations, inspired on the seasons.
This puzzle is manufactured with our laser cutter: The puzzle pieces are made of plexiglass and the frame of birch plywood. The laser cutter creates this unique black cutting line, giving the borders a special finishing. In our workshop our digital craftsmen take great care to ensure the production, assembly and packaging of our products is of the highest quality.
Not suitable for children under three years. Small puzzle pieces. Choking hazard.
Dimensions version 3-4 letters: 25 x 12 x 1 cm
Dimensions version 5-6 letters: 33 x 12 x 1 cm
Dimensions version 7-8 letters: 50 x 12 x 1 cm
Dimensions version 9 > letters: 50 x 12 x 1 cm
In our workspace in the heart of Amsterdam we hand make all of the products, from puzzle pieces to packaging. If available, all our products are manufactured out of sustainable materials. In addition, all our processes are 100% powered by green energy. Would you like to know more about our factory? Then click here.
Regarding sustainability it is about the 3 P’s: People, Planet and Profit. At CRE8 ‘People’ stands for offering future prospects to vulnerable young people.
In our workshop, we lead youngsters with a distance to the labour market to become artisans of the 21st century. Digital craftsmen that is, because all of our products are manufactured by digital production methods such as 3D printers and laser cutters. By gaining new skills they get the chance to discover their talents. Alongside that they receive the guidance on personal obstacles in collaboration with welfare organisation Streetcornerwork. The youngsters are our makers and because of that we add a sticker on the packaging with the name of one of our makers that created the name puzzle for you.
Would you like to come and have a look in our shop and workshop to see how we work? That’s possible, you are always welcome.