LEGO Animal Mosaic Building Cards - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Kids will love following the patterns on these LEGO® Animal Building Cards. There are 8 different animals to build, and the ideas will also inspire kids to create their own designs! Kids can either build the animals from the photos in this post, or you can print a set of building cards at the bottom […]
Piet Mondrian LEGO art
Introduce fine art to your kids in a fun way - with these inventive Piet Mondrian LEGO art printable cards. Teach through play - the best way to learn!
Finding Dory Inspired Lego Mosaics
Finding Dory is finally here! We are so excited that we are celebrating its release with a new set of Lego mosaic patterns. Three fun designs in one totally free prinatble.
Warning: Cuteness Ahead!
I run into periods of time where it's hard to keep up with this blog, but Bruce always keeps me on my toes! About these first ones, by Brickshelf user Elena, he says they are simple but fun, and that he particularly likes the dragon: They are all so super-cute! I notice some clever techniques on the rabbits, too. There are transparent bricks used for slight shading, little lever bits for eye brow highlights, and grill plates on the carrots for texture. Bruce also sent a link to Pete W.'s…
The Lego Wall Divider: It's Pure Therapy!
Let's see, if you can think it, you can build it, that's pretty much how it goes, right? When it comes to Lego, that is definitely true in every sense. There are really no limitations when you play with Lego. It doesn't matter if it is an epic scale build, or just something small that is really well done. You can always be sure that when you are finished, you will have taken your imagination for some exercise. A few blocks that seemingly at the first glance look like nothing more than…