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  • Wish I had this much imagination!

    Look at this fantastic bracelet made from recycled Lego bricks!
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    Crafster is full of insperation. weird and wonderful stuff comes up there on a regular basis I trall it all the time for ideas.
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    • #3
      Ok, so this is quite cool. when i read 'recycled' lego bracelet, i was thinking hmmm, sounds tacky! But It actually looks good! from a distance looks like roses! I like!
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      • #4
        There's lots of stuff like that on Etsy - I've even collected some old bits of lego but I haven't got round to using them yet. Story of my life
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        • #5
          can't wait for my two boys to go to uni we have a mountain of Lego hehe! (the boys are 4 and 9!!!)
          while i knit i think

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            weird and wonderful stuff comes up there on a regular basis
            Do you use any metodology to greate crafts?
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            • #7
              what a fantastic idea - it does look like roses from a distance
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              • #8
                thats really good shame i got rid of all our lego a couple of years ago on a bootsale
                Jan xx



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                • #9
                  That's good!!!

                  That's amazing!!!! My son was Lego mad when he was little!! It's all in the loft. Wish I could make him something amazing as a momento of his youth!!!!! You have some lovely things on your stall. Just looked at Flickr. Don't you set your stall up to look enticing!!!! Clever you. Sue
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Davidmush View Post
                    Do you use any metodology to greate crafts?
                    Sorry, what does that mean???? Sue x
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by craftyfoxni View Post
                      can't wait for my two boys to go to uni we have a mountain of Lego hehe! (the boys are 4 and 9!!!)
                      That made me laugh. Can just picture you at one end of a big box of lego and them at the other end shouting 'NO MUMMY , NO' ha ha!! Sue xx
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by SusieQ View Post
                        Sorry, what does that mean???? Sue x
                        I think its meant to be methodology, which is the method that someone uses to do something.
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                        • #13
                          The bracelet is fab! They do look like roses don't they? Only thing is, I have two nephews who are massively into Lego and it's mega expensive to buy. On eBay it fetches silly money. Nephew #1 wants Star Wars Lego for his birthday - to play with - but loads of "big boys" are collecting it and will pay £100s in some cases!!
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                          • #14
                            We've got a huge amount of lego, and my son is still reluctant for me to sell it and he's 17 !! lol I've thought about putting it on Ebay but it's be such a hassle to post
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                            • #15
                              Very creative idea....

                              We too have a housefull of lego bits ! And loads of tiny star wars lego arms, heads, legs, bodies, helmets, guns, etc as my son just loves to pull them apart and re-build them into 'new' characters.... (there goes our future eBay fortune then )
                              Mel

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