Lego Chronicles - Part 3

If you need to catch up...


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I started the Lego Chronicles a few weeks after GG and the husband started building. By the time I post the latest pictures, they have already added on to the house. There hasn't been much work done on the Lego house this past weekend due to the husband having a ton of work to do. Deadlines suck! But I can't wait for you to see how far they've come already!

If you look at the pictures in part 2 and compare them to these, you will notice a huge difference. That is because these pictures were taken after 2 weekends of working on the project. Hopefully they can get more done this week so I can post the next part in a week. If they need some motivation, I can always bribe them with something of their choosing. GG will probably want ice cream. The husband - hmm, I wonder what he'll choose?!

Without further ado, I bring you the next chapter of the Lego Chronicles...




Lego houseThis is the view of the front of the house. The door can be opened or closed. The middle window of the bottom opens as well.

There's clear bricks above the door, which I assume will be another window.









Lego houseHere is the patio on the side of the house. The blue and white awning hangs over sliding "glass" doors. Yes, the doors can slide open! There's a picnic table for the Lego family to eat lunch at, which is on top of a pretty stone patio. The black thing on the left of the doors is a pipe to hook a hose to. I don't think there actually is a hose, but with the detail of this thing it wouldn't surprise me!






Lego house

This is the other side of the house. The archway will eventually be part of the front porch. The gray bricks are the outside of the fireplace.












Lego houseFinally we have the inside of the house. There is an archway leading into the living room, where there is a lovely fire in the fireplace. You can see stairs that will soon lead to a second floor.

If you look real close on the inside of the patio doors, you can see orange lights on the wall as well. If you want a closer look, click the image.







That's all I have for now. I hope you enjoyed your tour of case de Lego. I look forward to seeing you back here next week for part 4. Same bat-channel, same bat-time.


Remember bribery? I will be back to give another tour!




Until next time....

7 comments:

Kmama said...

LOL at wondering what the hubby will choose. Hilarious.

Okay, I have to admit that it's a pretty cool house. Even if it is LEGO.

Adoption of Jane said...

Tafari would go nuts seeing that Lego house! So cool!!

Amy said...

that is great work for sure. I know I could not do that..
Thanks for sharing..

Happy Monday..

Queenie Jeannie said...

Cool! My son was a Lego maniac when he was younger!!

From Tracie said...

Wow...that is so much fun...it makes me want to go pick up some legos to play with!

Steven Anthony said...

wow, that looks amazing! Bravo!

Lisa said...

That is really cool!!!