Baby Stacking Rings

Our baby stacking rings is a modern twist on a classic wooden toy. Our wooden baby stacking rings features three different types of hardwood: Cherry, Maple, and Walnut. Baby stacking rings helps to develop hand and eye coordination, motor skills, and problem and pattern solving.

Personalize Your Baby Stacking Rings

Personalization is available for your wooden stacking toy and will be shown on the top ring.

How Do We Condition Your Baby Stacking Rings?

The beautiful color that you see in our wooden stacking rings was from Mother Nature. We do not use any dyes or paints ever in our wooden toys. You have two options for finishing our wooden baby stacking rings:

Leaving our Baby Stacking Rings Bare: 

This is a great option for those that have a strong family history of food allergies. The downside is that baby stains that can occur with baby drool or food covered hands. 

Conditioning Our Baby Stacking Rings:

We condition our wooden toys with 100% organic and locally sourced white bees wax and organic cold pressed coconut oil.  This keeps your baby stacking rings hydrated and protects against baby stains. The end result is a beautiful smelling wooden baby toy. It also shows the true beauty of the wood and shows beautifully deep wood tones.

Sustainably Sourced Wood

We only use all natural and organic hardwoods for all our wooden toy products.  We locally source all our domestic wood to support other small businesses but only purchase from a few trusted mills that we know first hand sustainably source their wood.  

All Wooden Toys are Handmade in the U.S.A.:

We are a small family veteran owned business and all wooden toy products are handmade in the U.S.A. in our small shop located on our property in Pennsylvania. To learn more about our materials used for our wooden toys, click HERE.

Interested in seeing the rest of our available wooden toys? Click HERE.

Each Toy Purchased = 10 Meals for a Kid in Need

Each toy purchased from us results in 10 meals for a kid in need through our partnership with No Kid Hungry, a non profit organization.

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