8 New Uses for Christmas LEGOsHandmade Charlotte
The chances are pretty good that at least one member of the family unwrapped a set of LEGOs this Christmas. From generation to generation, few things stay the same with one exception: a love for all things LEGO.
Here are eight fun & simple LEGO projects to tackle once you get tired of building the model on the front of the box.
LEGO Sewing Machine 1 of 8This little LEGO sewing machine is the coolest thing ever. It only takes a handful of LEGO bricks to build but captures all the important details. Ingenious!
visit suchity such for instructions
LEGO Notebook & Pencil 2 of 8Here's another ingenious LEGO build that only uses a few LEGO bricks yet totally captures the subject. I especially love the pencil :)
visit flickr for instructions
LEGO Key Holder 3 of 8Here's a LEGO project that not only looks good but serves a purpose as well. Never lose your keys again!
visit mini-eco for instructions
LEGO Cufflinks 4 of 8Getting older is no reason to put away the box of LEGOs. Proudly wear them on your sleeve with these DIY LEGO cufflinks.
visit instructables for instructions
LEGO Rings 5 of 8These super cute rings are the perfect way to share your love of all things LEGO. Create any kind of gem you'd like for the centerpiece, the possibilities are endless!
visit chez beeper bebe for instructions
LEGO Heart Necklace 6 of 8Share your love with this lovely little LEGO heart pendant. Too sweet!
visit crunchy catholic momma for instructions
LEGO Cartoon Characters 7 of 8Create minimalist LEGO versions of your favorite cartoon characters! It's amazing how little it takes before recognition starts kicking in.
LEGO Pushpins 8 of 8This LEGO minifig pushpins are a perfect accessory for the bulletin board in your chid's bedroom.
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What are some of your favorite LEGO projects? Share in the comments!
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