10 Cool Things to Make From Legos

10 Cool Things to Make Using LEGOs via lilblueboo.com

 

 

The first: a cute DIY LEGO minifig necklace I made for Boo….it takes under 5 minutes to make. Use the same technique to make keychains or leather pendants for party favors for boys or girls….or Christmas ornaments!

DIY Lego Mini Figure Necklace via lilblueboo.com

No special tools needed. All I used was industrial glue and a mini screw eye:

DIY Lego Mini Figure Pendant (materials needed) via lilblueboo.com

First, use the glue to attach the hair or any other parts that you want to be permanent.

The plastic is soft enough that you can carefully work the screw eye into the top of the head:

Adding a Screw Eye to a Lego Minifig via lilblueboo.com

Use a long nail or skinny screwdriver to help turn the screw eye as it gets harder to turn with your fingers:

Adding a Screw Eye to a Lego Minifig via lilblueboo.com

Finished!

How to make a Lego Necklace via lilblueboo.com

 

I’ve been keeping a list of other cool things made from Lego’s…..wait until you see them all in the gallery below:

 

 

 

 

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Cool Things Made From Recycled Toys via lilblueboo.com

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  1. 1

    we play with LOS – legos on a string! : drill a small hole in the center of a small lego square(or whatever piece you like) and use is to hang a lego airplane or make a mobile :)

  2. 2

    this is so cool!!! i might have to borrow some Legos from my brother :) i really like the heart necklace. i’ve even seen lego rings on pinterest!

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