I put together the flower bouquet I got for my birthday. I was stumped for a few seconds when I opened the box and out poured numerous numbered bags. Then when I saw the instruction book had 82 pages I was a tad concerned this wasn't going to be a five minute job!!
However, I quickly figured out what was going on and the instructions were idiot proof......well more or less!! I still managed to mess up a piece by putting it in back to front!! Still I managed to catch that mistake very quickly and got on with it.
The only negative thing I have to say is that some of the pieces are tiny and a little fiddly to put together. So if you have stiff fingers it may be a little difficult for you. I found it very relaxing though doing this.
All in all I would say it took less than 2 hours to put everything all together. I did it over two evenings.
I have popped them into a tall glass, as I want to make up the other bouquet and place them all in the same vase.
I have the girls overnight on the weekend and Nora wants to help me make the wildflower bouquet, as she enjoys putting together Lego.
I LOVE those. Very clever too and, I would imagine, quite addictive. xx
Lego as flowers is new to me.
What a fun idea for legos!! I've not seen this kit but will be on the look-out for it!
Lego is going in alk directions these days, a far cry from the trucks and buildings I remember. I expect the pieces are still painful to step on..
So jealous! I would love to play with these. My boys both know I love Lego so maybe, just maybe, they might treat me sometime.
I just got that last today...I ordered it from Amazon on Saturday. I think I told you that I was going to look for them for my daughter. I did. Then had second thoughts and it just set. Then I showed it to my other daughter and she thought it was a good idea. The daughter I bought it for likes succulents, so I felt pretty sure she will like it. I like them all,
So stinking cute. Not sure I would have the patience to do one though.
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