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Little Play Lab Co.

Willow Uppercase Alphabet | Resin Letters Set

Regular price $42.00 CAD
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Willow Alphabet:
Handmade movable resin uppercase alphabet (A-Z). The Willow alphabet is made with various dried florals and fresh garden vegetation. As such, each set is especially unique and one-of-a-kind. Because of the natural florals this resin set will have more slight imperfections than sets without (e.g. air bubbles, small bumps and rough spots)
Moveable Alphabet Specs: 

-All sets are 100% handmade and poured to order, which makes each set completely unique and one-of-a-kind. As such, your set may not look exactly like the photos listed here. Slight imperfections (e.g. air bubbles) may occur, this is the nature of a handmade item.

- Little play lab products are intended for children ages 3 years + who are no longer mouthing and should always be used under the supervision of an adult as smaller pieces can pose choking hazards.

Resin Specs:

  • PREMIUM QUALITY - our resin products cure to a clear, high build, glass like finish that resists scratching, yellowing and will not distort with age.

  • NON-TOXIC - our resin products are made from 100% non-toxic, safe, odor free epoxy resin

  • HIGHLY RESISTANT - our resin products are scratch-resistant, water-resistant and non-sweat/blush.

  • While our resin products are safe for water play, they are not intended to be left in direct sunlight for extended periods of time as heat can cause resin to warp.

RESIN CARE:
  • Resin sets should be stored at room temperature

  • After sensory/messy play, you may wish to clean your resin. Simply wash with soap in lukewarm water

  • Not dishwasher safe

  • Be mindful with outdoor use in hot temperatures ~ heat and UV rays can break down and even melt resin

  • Resin products are meant for play and learning for children aged 3 years and older; they should not be put into your mouth and children should always use them under the supervision of an adult, as some smaller items can pose choking hazards to the littlest learners.