While I don’t write about too many Kickstarter projects, I had a reader contact me about this one right here: the PFx Brick Kickstarter project by Fx Bricks. While there are plenty of projects that have come out helping to provide light to LEGO builds, this one also gives you the ability to add sound.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Today is the day we all wear green and drink lots of beer (if that’s your thing!) It’s not mine, so I’ll just be drinking some green tea… and thinking about how to build a LEGO rainbow… maybe I’ll find my leprechaun and a pot of gold at the end. ;)
I know it’s such a bummer when you miss a set in stores. You keep visiting the store over and over again, hem and haw about picking up the set and then the next time you go back, it’s gone! So, how do you know when a LEGO set will retire? It used to believe
You already know we are not your average family when it comes to LEGO. However, for those of you out there who might have a more tame obsession toward LEGO, I think you’d probably be really interested in the BoxTop Builder project on Kickstarter. The creator, Michael Piccuirro, contacted me the other day to check
Monthly mini builds seem to be going well since last year’s switch up from walk-in signups to online registration. If you missed out on signing up for this month’s mini build, you can get the details for building the snow speeder below. Resources to build the February 2016 LEGO Monthly Mini Build Snow Speeder With all the
We buy a ton of used LEGO bricks. As you can imagine, they come with plenty of germs and some we wonder what the previous owners were doing with the bricks that they are just so *nasty*. So we clean used LEGO bricks before we use them. If you visit the LEGO website, they recommend the following:
When I was reviewing the comments in a post on brick organization that I wrote about earlier this month, I came across a great tip by Philippe of PhiloHome.com on how to separate plates that are stuck together. My method was to stick the plates on another larger brick and use the brick separator to pop them