I decided I could add another name to the logo wall in the miniature studio
You will notice that the letter "O" is a different color. Thus begins my story.
The "O" that came with the letters was not a circle it kind of looked more like a flat tire and I didn't really like it. I looked all over the metro area for some perfect 3-1/2" tall perfectly round circles. There was no such thing. I finally found some on Etsy. They were relatively inexpensive so I ordered them. They are made from mdf, but I figured that wouldn't matter since I was going to paint them anyway. They arrived and were about twice as thick as the wood letters that I had. So I went back to Michael's to purchase another set of wood letters to stack. I figured that I could stack the letter so that they would be the same thickness as the new "O"s. Of course they were all out of most of the letters that I needed. so I bought some different ones and chopped them up to make do. For example, I had to make the back of the "T"s our of "E"s by cutting off the bottom two 'crossbars' and adding a piece to the top. The seams don't really matter because it will be on the back of the letter.
Here is a the actual Tootsietoy logo on the bottom of a table. I have tried to make the logos somewhat relate to the original designs.
I decided to paint the Tootsietoy logo metallic silver since the furniture is that color under the paint. Here are a couple of photos of the logos on the wall in the studio.