MyDaddyPuzzles

Handcrafted Wooden Puzzles

Alexandria, Virginia | 67 Sales

MyDaddyPuzzles

Handcrafted Wooden Puzzles

Alexandria, Virginia 67 Sales On Etsy since 2008

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Last updated on February 4, 2011
Thank you for visiting MyDaddyPuzzles.com, where you'll find high quality, handcrafted, durable wood puzzles that will thrill your children and grandchildren for years to come. Our wood puzzles are designed and created in our home. They are tested by our young sons (ages five and two). Our wood puzzles will help you recall the days when everything was not plastic or made overseas. These wood puzzles remind us of a time when toys were handmade, not produced by the millions in a factory. Our puzzles were drawn, cut, sanded, painted or stained, and packaged right here in the USA by our family.

Accepted payment methods

  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • American Express
  • Discover
  • Paypal
Returns and exchanges
We will happily exchange any defective puzzles up to 30 days from the date of purchase. Keep in mind that these puzzles are wooden. Unseen imperfections in the wood can cause the puzzle to break. We will gladly replace broken puzzles within 30 days of purchase.
Payment
We are happy to accept Pay Pal.
Shipping
We ship via the US Postal Service Priority Mail. Your puzzle will be shipped within 48 hours of the completion of your order. You will receive an email when your order ships.

We are pleased to offer shipping within the United States, Australia, the United Kingdom and Canada. If you would like us to ship to another country, please contact us for details.
Additional policies and FAQs
Our wood puzzles are challenging yet simple in their design. Children as young as 18 months enjoy our puzzles. Our puzzles range from five to ten pieces. We paint both the front and back of our puzzles, so children may need to flip the piece to find its home. This added level of complexity teaches the child to explore new dimensions to complete the puzzle.