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Looks fantastic @Kim. And it certainly seems to have got the thumbs up from the Lego fan pictured.
This is amazing, @Kim. Where can I order one? Haha
Also, is that Left Shark (of Superbowl fame) I can see on the far left? Surely not!
This is amazing! I love this
This is a great idea. I recently helped decorate my 5 year old cousins room, and we are yet to find an artwork for the wall. Looks like we will be mounting some toys! Great stuff
That looks awesome.....I have a bunch of Lego Simpsons characters that i would like to do the same with.
Question (or 2) for you @Kim:
How did you mount the white lego blocks on the backing board of the frame ?
Did you just buy plain white Lego blocks and glue it on ?
Thanks in advance.
Welcome to Workshop @THEChad and thanks for joining in the discussion. I hope you find the site to be informative, inspirational and plenty of fun.
I'm sure @Kim will be happy to answer your questions as soon as possible.
Please share your project when you make it! It would be great to see your handiwork too.
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