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And it's Light4theLord here today, ready to give a few more secrets away on my newest project that was announced in the Looking Ahead post! Essentially, you're getting a promo photoshoot in here as well, so enjoy.

Allow me to introduce to you one of our stars of this upcoming show. Welcome Elly Cole as she plays the co-starring role of... Her highness...

Princess Jacquelyn Sophania Carales of the fair but torn land of Nuvoria. I have Miss Elizabeth here today for a few questions about her new role - and make sure to ask questions in the comments for the stopmotion interview!
Elizabeth, what do you like best about the character of Jacquelyn? Well, the character herself... absolutely nothing! laughs But I have to admit I absolutely loved dressing up. Her gowns are so insanely fancy - the wardrobe designers have done an amazing job! And the jewelry and hairstyles and everything is just... stunning. Plus, who doesn't like doing tons of photoshoots? hehe... you'll see anot…

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!

YOU WILL NEED;
  • 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

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

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

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

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    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.

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  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!
    ~Xyra

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