Primary Flip Top Two Step Name Puzzle Stool - Damhorst Toys & Puzzles Inc Store
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Primary Flip Top Two Step Name Puzzle Stool

$159.95

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Availability: Allow approximately 3 1/2 weeks for creation and delivery

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$159.95
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Item #: 331

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  • This Personalized Two Step Stool comes with a flip top lid for a spacious 5.75" x 5.75" x 12" storage compartment
underneath for all a young person\'s treasures.
  • 8 letter maximum, 7 letter maximum with two names (Example: Ava June)
  • Stands 12 inches tall
  • Dimensions: 13 inches wide by 13 inches long
  • Constructed with our incredibly durable inch Baltic Birch to last a lifetime
  • All Two Step Name Puzzle Stool finishes are water based and non-toxic
  • Allow approximately 3 weeks for Two Step Stool delivery

Customer Experiences

Thanks for the order confirmation. I have been using you for years, and these are the best gifts anyone could get. Thanks.

Robin

Thanks so much for your great products! The stool I ordered a month or so ago for my granddaughter Ellie will be a perfect gift for her 1st Christmas. I'm now

Marguerite

I just wanted you to know that my grandparents first got me a stool from Damhorst in 1977 and I still have it, we all do. Since 1977 we have continued the tradi

Jennifer

My son (27) still has his small stool that he received as a gift when he turned 2. We like it so well that we decided to buy our grandson his own stool. Evan

Nancy