The inukshuk were made from rocks and were used in the north by the Inuit as directional markers. An inukshuk in the shape of a person can signify safety, hope and friendship.
This stacking Inukshuk is made of pine and is finished in beeswax or unfinished so the little one in you life can paint it and make it their own.
Measures. 9 inches high and 9 inches at its widest. (apporx measurments)
Warning:Choking hazard due to small parts. For children 3 years+