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The Joys of January // Looking Ahead, Issue 1 (VII)

 It's 2018!

*inhales happily* A year of fresh starts. 2017 was pretty good - two new additions to our family, Mia and Kit!
I know this is a 'Looking Ahead', but I want to look back over 2017 briefly and choose my favorite post from each month!

January - The Ice Princess Probably one of my favorite photoshoots EVER.
February - I STILL Love AG And I'm Proud of That
Wow. This one got a LOT of views... and went pretty crazy.
March - Spending a Day in Space
 I loved making this: the foil and improvised spacesuit, the moonsand, the foil landing pad.... the flag... EVERYTHING WAS SO FUN!
April - 6 Tips on How to Be a Doll Celebrity XD XD This one was one of my pet projects. It's like, a sarcastic poke of fun at celebrity stuff.... May - Mia and Star Another photoshoot. How original... June - Adventure in the Attic
This was so much fun to do - it took like, two hours in 100+ degree summer attic weather. *swelters at thought* But it was TOTALLY worth it. :) July - Triple…

DIY Doll Lego Set Tutorial ~ June DOTM ~

Hello, awesome people! Today I'll be showing you how to make these awesome Lego sets-all made out of human-sized Legos!

  • A 4x4 Baseplate in Green
  • Two, 2-stud length sloped pieces
  • One, 1-stud length sloped piece
  • Three 1x2 bricks. (mine are textured)
  • Two ''grill'' pieces in gray

​Step 1. Place a 1x2 on your Lego plate like so.

Step 2. Place another 1x2 in front of it.

Step 3. Place a third 1x2 brick next to the first one.

​Step 4. Place a sloped piece on one side...

.... and the other.

Step 5. Add your flat piece to the lower side. See? It's starting to look like a house!
​Step 6. Place your other, smaller sloped piece as shown.

​Step 7. Slide one of the grill pieces between two rows of studs to look like a fence.

​Do it on the other side, as well.

​Ta-da! A tiny house with a ramp, and fence!

​I also made a second one...

You can glue the pieces in place as you build it, but I think it's more funto leave them disassembleable.

Happy Building!



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    1. Thanks!

      -Adalyn The Awesome Lego Engineer

  2. SOO cute! The first one actually looks a little like a set that I have!

    1. IKR! Really? Maybe you could make a doll set to match it and take a picture of both!

  3. I love Legos! That's really creative that you used normal sized Legos to create a miniature set! :)

    1. Me too! My brothers have this H-U-G-E bin of them, and I was absent-mindedly playing around with them, when I had this idea. Maybe I'll make printable boxes for them.

  4. Cute! I've found quite a few mini Lego builds on pinterest. I agree, leave the piece of resistence on the Kragl and allow for build and re-build!


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