November, 2015

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Time For Christmas Reviews!

40093-1 Large Snowman

The SNOT (Stud Not On Top) building techniques used on this set were nice. I also really liked how the scarf comes together. As I was building, I was wondering why there was a red piece in what seemed to be a random place, then it hit me. Overall however, I wasn’t in love with this set. I actually preferred the look of the mini snowman in 40124. Truth be told, I bought this set because I got the reindeer, and they just seemed like a pair. I think this would be a great build for a little kid, and I must say, it makes an excellent addition to Christmas and winter-land displays.

40092-1 Large Reindeer

This reindeer is simply cute. There’s a hidden cross piece that allows it to hold the present, and well, it’s just cute. The antlers, the feet, I just love this little thing. What more can I say? It’s great to add to your winter and Christmas displays, and people of all ages will enjoy this one. In fact, I wouldn’t mind making another one from spare parts so the extra present isn’t just sitting around. I will say however, the party hat seemed a bit out of place for me.

LEGO Review – 75900 Mummy Museum Mystery

LOVED this build. Overall, I was a bit saddened by the Scooby Doo sets that have been released. I think I was expecting more, especially out of the Mystery Machine and the Haunted House. The Car doesn’t even hold all of the characters without modification 🙁

For a set of this size, I felt like it brought a lot to the table. You get 3 characters, well, 2 and Scooby, as well as a golden mummy tomb (great for part harvesting). There’s a little functionality in the set which is so simple, yet so much fun. The burger as the handle for the lever is cute as well. I can easily imagine a kid having hours of imaginative play with this set, and therefore, I rate it 6.5/10. I give it a somewhat low-ish rating because there wasn’t much pizazz. Buuuut, I still like it. It’s cute. And it comes with gems. Happy Building!

Free and Friendly Foods LEGO Review

Shaggy and Scooby are at it again.

 

Free and Friendly Foods LEGO Review

Shaggy is trying to warn Scooby to look out!

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