Who wouldn't want this? Elsa's Frozen Ice Palace, in LEGO®!
There are more than 86 pieces of LEGO® for every human on the planet. For eight decades, LEGO® has persisted as one of the world’s favourite toys. Why the longevity? Because LEGO® taps into a child’s basic desire – the desire to create something new!
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Often, that means creating an elaborate brick-world where only you know the rules. Other times, that means recreating something you’ve seen somewhere else – a favourite building, or a favourite car, or even – sometimes – your favourite movie.
At our house, our two little girls are flipping between two loves at the moment – LEGO®, and Disney’s Frozen movie. We know all the words to the songs and we’ve already planned our next birthday party with a Frozen theme.
So this new Frozen project on the LEGO® Ideas site caught our eye. You may (or may not!) be familiar with LEGO® Ideas in its earlier form, as LEGO® Cuusoo. Ideas is an annual contest where fans submit their custom designs with the hope of being selected for actual production. Submissions must use existing pieces to build a design, then the builder takes a few good pictures and puts it up for consideration. If a project gets 10,000 supporters, LEGO® will take the idea under consideration. The winners go into production and the original designer shares in the royalties.
Movie-themed sets have proved popular in the past, with a Back to the Future Delorean set and a Ghostbusters 30th anniversary tribute winning in recent years. Given the mania around Frozen, we reckon this proposed set has the potential to go all the way. With almost 2300 votes already, it is well on its way. Get behind it!
There are tons of great projects on Ideas. To explore a few, tap Discover on the top navigation bar, then tick Staff Picks or Most Supported to see the most popular and most creative projects. There is some great stuff there.
Check out this short video that describes how LEGO® Ideas works – and get your kids creating 🙂 They could be the next master builders!
Thanks to LEGO® Ideas for the image featured in this post.
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