Wee Gallery Art Cards for Baby, Peek-a-Boo

Wee Gallery Art Cards for Baby, Peek-a-Boo

Wee Gallery art cards are created from bold, whimsical, hand-painted originals that cater to a baby’s visual strengths. The black and white images and their repeating patterns captivate little ones. Place them in the crib to transform it into a wee gallery or use them as flash cards for older children. A boxed set includes a frog, ladybug, monkey, peacock, poodle and whale. Printed on sturdy board, these cards will stand up to baby’s explorations. Each 5″x7″ card is beautifully finished with matte lamination and child-friendly rounded corners.

Main features

  • Soy inks on recycled art board
  • Baby-friendly rounded corners
  • High-contrast images that draw baby’s attention

Verified reviews

★★★★★

Fantastic for Visual Stimulation!

My daughter has severe special needs and I am always looking for new therapy ideas. I came across these flash cards and they are FANTASTIC!!! She loves them and they are thick so they will hold up. I plan on buying the other sets!!

Kathy Sanford, ME
★★★★★

Perfect for newborns!

This is a great way to occupy your baby when they are too young to do much besides stare at things! We would prop one of these up next to my son, and he would just sit and stare at it. You’d see his little eyes moving all around, studying everything about them. The contrast is great for their undeveloped eyesight. Just love these!

Hollie Paoli, OK
★★★★★

Fun!

I highly anticipated these cards, and I’ll admit I was still a little surprised at how much my son loves looking at them. I love to show him a card and watch him study it. When his eyes finally look away (after 15-20 seconds), I flip the card around, and all the sudden he’s interested again! He’s only 3 months old now, and I hope he continues to enjoy them.

Mitzi Goodfellow Afb, TX
★★★★★

Serious concentration for my Little One

My daughter will stare intently at these different cards for minutes at a time. I put three of them in a long frame together. They are a bit thick for a frame but I got it to work. Even though they are thick they are still made of paper so I won’t let her handle them cause of course they would get mushy corners from her sucking on them. We do a series of them every morning where I hold them up for her. The reverse side with the Black background and White image holds her interest more intently. She even furrows her brow as she studies them.

Jan Wadsworth, OH
★★★★★

Meh…

Not impressed with these. The quality of the 6 cards you get is good… but there’s only 6 cards. And for the price, it just doesn’t seem worth it. I could have bought a book with the $11 I spent, and got more use out of it. This is very much a novelty item for parents just wanting to spend money.

Eve Wye Mills, MD