Last Saturday, when we took the girl to the April 2016 LEGO Club meeting, I spent some time at the Pick-a-Brick wall, assembling my own LEGO Pick-a-Brick Butterfly build.
It was a fun build, with plenty of bright colors, although the minimizing of the design makes for a choppy transition in the colors. It was also fairly easy to build by simply eyeballing the photo of the butterfly.
So, before I took apart the butterfly, I decided to take a few photos to help you build your own butterfly at home:
As you can see, it’s a simple matter of stacking bricks and hooking them into the body of the butterfly.
What I didn’t get was a quick photo of the cover of the build packaging. However, BrickSet managed to get a photo of the cover of the model instructions. I’ve shared the photo above.
Hopefully all of this is enough detail for you to be able to piece together the butterfly like I did in the store. I would have photographed the instructions for the build, but there’s a part of me that feels a bit like I’m stealing by not purchasing the build, yet pulling the instruction booklet from the packaging just to photograph and share.