The new LEGO Ideas Once Upon A Brick set 21315 is available on the shelves today. King Kalle and Queen Victualia could not resist and
The book is created by Fan designers Jason Alleman and Grant Davis. Their names are on the cover of Once Upon A Brick. The book has been co-authored by Alan Talbott and Crystal Marie Fontan. The official LEGO designers taking the LEGO Ideas into a production set. Their images can be found inside the booklet accompanying the book.
First impressions of the LEGO Ideas box is that it is not the
A grand total of 6 plastic bags, two brown plates and a 150 page manual are included inside the box and Kalle and Viktualia could not wait to get
And the good thing is there is not one single sticker in the box.
Building the book is great fun. The first two green bags contain the outside cover for the book, and it is only as of bag three you bump into some of the characters inside the box. Please note that King Kalle and Queen Viktualia are not included in the box. They bought the actual book.
The box says 12+ and while you need to keep your head around with some of the greenery, this is a pretty straightforward fun little build without the complexities one can find in Woody’s new ride. The cover of the book really feels like one of these old rugged leather books, and you will enjoy the result once you hold the copy in your hands.
Red Riding Hood
Little Red Riding Hood is according to Wikipedia a European fairy tale (read fiction) about a young girl and a Big Bad Wolf in a pink pajama. Its origins can be traced back to the 10th century by several European folk tales, including one from Italy called The False Grandmother (La
The beauty of this book is the genuinely creative way how the scenery
Jack and the Beanstalk
And it continues. The book is full of magic because once you completed bag four, bag five and six tell you the story of Jack and the Beanstalk. Another fairy tale. At first sight, a much more recent story which appeared as “The Story of Jack Spriggins and the Enchanted Bean” in 1734.
However, according to researchers at the universities in Durham and Lisbon, the story originated more than 5,000 years ago, based on a widespread archaic story of a boy that stole Shrek’s treasure.
Did anyone see Fiona?
Once Upon A Brick
An amazing, never-ending book. And a very inspiring set for all to explore. From discovering old lores and fairy tales to telling your own. For me, Once Upon A Brick is an inspiration. One I hope to use in next weeks word here on SiP goes 52 and build my own inspirational story featuring King Kalle, Queen Viktualia and their little Princess
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Taking plastic places.
Exploring my inner child and following Me2’s wanderlust into untold stories for generations to come.
100% Stuck In Plastic.