Stuck on You Name Puzzle Review and Giveaway



As an early childhood educator, I know the importance of early literacy. As a mother, I know the importance of play! In my opinion, the very best toys are the perfect combination of education and fun. I also really appreciate simple concepts and natural designs. This is why I’m so excited to share Stuck On You Wooden Name Puzzles with you!

Stuck on You specializes in personalized and customized products. They have everything from  labels and tags, lunch boxes, party supplies, clothing, toys, home decor, to stationary, all with your children’s name, favorite colors, and designs. All of their products are absolutely adorable. Playful designs, cheerful colors, and simple, clean fonts are the overall aesthetic you’ll find with Stuck on You’s products.

I believe that your child can never see their name in print often enough. When most children learn to identify letters, they learn the ones in their name first. Seeing their name in print helps them not only to learn their letters, but to gain a sense of identity and self-worth. So many of my kids at school find “their letter” (their first initial) all the time – in books, signs, posters, and other literature. It’s the perfect first step for learning letter names, letter sounds, and finally beginning to read.

Puzzles are also wonderful for shape and color recognition, problem solving, and fine motor skill development. So as you can see, name puzzles are a fantastic education toy! Plus, they just look so awesome!


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The bright, primary colors are eye catching and stimulating. They have a pink pastels option, but I prefer the primary for both genders since the colors are easily named. (red, orange, yellow, green, blue!). The shades of pink and purple are quite lovely too though, if that’s your choice.

The recommended age is 18 months and up, which I think is suitable considering the cognitive ability needed to construct puzzles. The design of this puzzle is great for toddlers though. The carved letters fit easily into their respective spaces, and the wooden knobs are the perfect size for little hands. At first glance, the knobs raised a choking concern for me, due to their size and shape, however they are exceptionally well constructed. I applied a fair amount of force to see if I could loosen the knob or get it to show any lack of structural integrity, and I can say with confidence that the knobs do not appear to be a choking risk. However, in order to be extra safe, it’s recommended that you simply store the pieces in a safe place between uses. This will help prevent losing the pieces too.

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They also sent Garrett one of their lunch boxes to check out, which is perfect since the kid is obsessed with bags. He loves putting his things in them and carrying them around, usually while shooting “Buh Bye!!!” and waving. Because one must always have all of their belonging well packed into an insulated hand bag before leaving the house. The decal is not only adorable, but high quality. It doesn’t look like it will peel or crack, like some decals do when applied to fabrics. I wish I had had this to store his breastmilk in back in my pumping days.

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About Ashley

Ashley is the newest writer for One Little Mister. She is a 25 year old preschool teacher and first time mother to son Garrett. Her interests include breastfeeding, crafting, researching child growth and development topics until all hours of the night, drinking lots of coffee, and talking about cricket on twitter.


  1. Mikaela R. says:

    I would love to get my daughter a personalized Teddy Bear!

  2. Mikaela R. says:

    Bundle of Joy

  3. amy pugmire says:

    bundle of joy

  4. amy pugmire says:

    I love the lunch boxes.

  5. Anne Perry says:

    Bundle of joy

  6. Anne Perry says:

    Grey pajama pants robot

  7. Carissa Joslyn says:

    I really like the A Stuck on You® personalized Backpack!
    My oldest has his own back pack, but my youngest doesn’t yet!

  8. Debbie Frick says:

    I like the bundle of joy

  9. T.J. Wallace says:

    I learned that the recommended age is 18months +

  10. sheri anderson says:

    Love the bundle of joy!

  11. kortney Picker says:

    Bundle of Joy

  12. kortney Picker says:

    I really like the junior backpack, it is so cute. I love the bird and how they print the name of your child on the backpack!

  13. kortney Picker says:

    I really love this puzzle, unfortunately we have a daughter with a pretty short name so it would be as fun as “Garrett”. My daughters name is Jael, but our second daughter (coming in February) is Rayna, it’s one letter longer :) I also like the bright primary colors!

  14. joanne gentry says:

    Bundle of joy is the secret phrase.

  15. joanne gentry says:

    The Everywhere friend is adorable and I would have my granddaughter’s nickname put on it.

  16. joanne gentry says:

    I love that these puzzles have the little knobs on them, so easy for the younger kids to grasp and learn.

  17. Sacha Schroeder says:

    I love that this puzzle teaches kids their name as well as their cognitive abilities.

  18. Hunter would love this

  19. Bundle of Joy!

  20. I like the art smock!

  21. Amanda Alvarado says:

    I like the Junior Messenger Bag. Secret Phrase for today is Bundle of joy (there’s no blank in the form to place it in!)

  22. Amanda Alvarado says:

    I love the primary colors of the puzzle!

  23. Jan13- It’s a boy

  24. Jeannette says:

    Love their placemats!!

  25. I like the customizable duffle bag! great for keeping things together on trips!

  26. Amanda Starr says:

    Junior Backpack

  27. teresa mccluskey says:

    I love the COLOURING KIT

  28. Shannon Gould says:

    I also like the personalized placemats. They would make meal time a breeze to clean up!

  29. Shannon Gould says:

    I love that the puzzle is great for helping them learn to spell their name/color and shape recognition!

  30. Mary Diehl says:

    I like the Everywhere Friend. I think he would be a favorite to my boy. thank you

  31. Mary Diehl says:

    I like that it has the knobs for little hands to hold them. kids would enjoy this

  32. the beach towel

  33. I like the personalized extra large beach towel, a fun and cheery summer reminder for young children, spelling thier names!

  34. The curved shapes and secure knobs on the personalized puzzle pieces are a great idea!
    Very bright colors too, for color recognition, a plus!

  35. Love the bright colors they use and every child will love seeing their name on the puzzle!

  36. Heather Dawn says:

    I would love to get my son a drink bottle! Possible with the tractor design.

  37. I also like the number puzzles! We’re huge wooden puzzle fans here! ;)

  38. michelle Green says:

    drink bottles! Perfect when your kids have unusual names!

  39. Rebecca Parsons says:

    I too like the primary colors and they are big enough to see clearly.

  40. Johna Bowden says:

    WEEEELLL…….It’s really a Toss Up between the Lunchboxes/Bags and the Tags! (Can I just say I love it ALLLLLLL!!!!?????)

  41. Nadene Adams says:

    I like the wooden number puzzle also!

  42. Tabitha Knoll says:

    I absolutely agree that primary colors are perfect for both sexes! I also love that you recognize and share how crucial early childhood literacy exposure is. Reading and writing/letter recognition are so important!

  43. Fine motor skills, problem solving and name recognition are all possible with the Stuck On You Puzzle.

  44. Beach Towel or Drink Bottle

  45. Rachel H. says:

    I love the water bottles!

  46. I love the backpacks! simple and cute

  47. I like the Beach Towel Extra Large in Red. Cute name puzzle, my 3 yr old would love it if we win. Thanks!

  48. Heather Stevens says:

    The lunchboxes are super cute!

  49. Chantal Fray says:

    Love the labels!!!and the puzzles are great for finger dexterity!

  50. I love the personalized art smocks and aprons! What a fun way to celebrate hands-on activities!

  51. I like the beach towels. They are super cute!

  52. Marcia Lee says:

    I like the book labels for kids. My grandson is a reader and I think he would enjoy receiving these.

  53. Marcia Lee says:

    Thank you for your review. I am glad you addressed the integrity of the knobs on the puzzle. I can give them to a toddler and feel secure that they will stay in place and not be pulled out by the child.

  54. I love that the knobs are securely fastened to the puzzle pieces

  55. I like the personalized drink bottles

  56. I love the Backpack. My toddler will be starting preschool in the fall and I think this would be so cool to have when he goes. Hopefully it will make it through Kindergarten and hopefully another year after that :)

  57. jennifer wexler says:

    i love that this puzzle is personalized. I love anything that I can put my little guy’s name

  58. I like that it has your kids’ name on it!

  59. cheryla lister says:

    I really like the puzzle’s bright colors, as well as the pegs for easy removal. Of course, a toy made out of wood is the best.

  60. Love their placemats :)

  61. Kathryn Gutierrez says:

    personalized stuff is fun

  62. Teresa Thompson says:

    I would love to have the Storage Hamper – Double.

  63. Love the spot pencils, would make homework fun… maybe. :D

  64. Sky Evans says:

    I love the Bundle of Joy

  65. I would love the Beach Towel extra large, personalized for myself and my son!

  66. I like their lunch boxes, so bright! My little one is starting Kindergarten this Fall so it’d be great!

  67. I also like the clothes :)

  68. Dusty Schnur says:

    I love that the puzzle teaches kids how to spell their name.


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