While planning your own LEGO town, you will need to buy individual bricks. Of course, you can buy individual bricks and pieces at the LEGO website. If you are lucky enough to live near a LEGO store, you can buy your bricks in a Pick-a-Brick cup. They come in large and small. It’s fun because you can look at the giant wall… Read more »
This is the second in a four part series about creating your own LEGO Town. Click here to read the first post about Prep & Planning. While it is fun to create a building from scratch, it is also fun to include a set or two in your town. LEGO has some really fun sets. In fact, there is a City… Read more »
My dad is a big fan of winter villages. He collects the Department 56 buildings and creates fun scenes that are full of Christmas spirit. It’s something many people do. My husband does the same thing, but with LEGOs.
Looking for a fun way to count down to Christmas, but really don’t want to have more candy in the house? Try a LEGO Advent Calendar. The one pictured above is the one my husband got last year. When I was a kid, I loved the chocolate advent calendars. They had really crappy, waxy chocolate, but I just loved the… Read more »
One of the projects my husband has been working on since before I met him is creating his own town out of LEGOs. It’s a fun ongoing project that both kids and parents can work on together. Kids might not have the mental capacity/attention span to plan the town, but they can certainly help!
It’s that time again! Lego minifigures are out and I have the bump codes you are looking for… Honestly, the bump codes don’t seem to work as well as the feeling method. Below I will show you the LEGO® Minifigures, Series 12 bump codes, but I’ll also give you some tips on how to use the feeling method. You should know… Read more »
I know you’ve been all wondering when the next LEGO minifigures series would be released in 2014. According to Brickipedia, the next LEGO minifigures series for 2014 will come out in October. Now, if you found my blog because you are looking for LEGO minifigure bump codes, you should know that it’s an imperfect way to figure out what lurks… Read more »