Made with high-quality solid hickory, this modern Growth Chart Ruler is built to last. And with its clean, sophisticated look, it grows with your child, whether they're 2 feet tall, or pushing 6 feet tall.
Each year, just mark your child's height on the growth chart and watch as your child inches taller and taller. And unlike a door frame, you won't ever have to worry about leaving it behind; take it with you wherever you go! It's a fun and easy way to see just how much your little one is growing. Not only is this wooden height board a practical way to keep track of your child's growth, but it also makes a great decoration for a nursery or kid's room!
Starts at 18" and goes up to 6'6"
Solid, real wood - no plywood, not pressed or engineered
Numbers are 3D in gray matte acrylic
Inch marks are hand carved
D-Ring is attached to the back for easy hanging, with wall protectors
Marker/Paint pen NOT included
NAME: Add your child's name in 3D letters starting at the 6' mark. Size will vary depending on the number and type of characters, not to exceed 3" tall for script or 2" for print.
BLANK MARKERS: Add a set of 20 blank matching 3D markers to plot their height (pen not included & you will need to attach). Storage bag included. Apx size is 2.25" x 0.5"
Because these are real, solid wood, and handmade, each piece will be unique. Every ruler will look different and we make no attempts to hide Mother Nature's kisses (knots, marks, swirls, or varying grain patterns).
It came out beautifully with the lettering for my niece's name. Would definitely recommend, and was easy to hang!
This growth ruler is classy and cute and a way to create a keepsake (yes, it's large) for your child. The designer includes easy-to-follow directions and is quick to respond to messages. Since I live in OH, I had hoped that it would have arrived quicker.
I highly recommend this product and intend to purchase a second one should our family be blessed again!
It is absolutely beautiful. We love it!
Love this ruler. Our son just learned to stand and I plan to mark his height the day he takes his first step. :)