Welcome to Olivia's Woodshop!
Welcome to Olivia's woodshop by LegoMyMamma, on Flickr
Olivia is busy building something for a friend. Can you guess what it is?
Olivia using a glue gun on the rocker by LegoMyMamma, on Flickr
The blue bricks in Olivia's Inventor's Workshop set are a great color for an accent wall.
The ruler from Emma's Design Studio comes in handy for the woodshop work table -- remember, measure twice, cut once!
Olivia sitting on rocking chair she built by LegoMyMamma, on Flickr
Olivia sits easily on the rocker she built.
Olivia busy in her woodshop by LegoMyMamma, on Flickr
Full side view of her wood-shop. (Photo added for clarification Jan 13)
Olivia's woodshop - classic MiniFig head size comparison by LegoMyMamma, on Flickr
These sets integrate so well with other System bricks ~ the wood-grain printed tiles help her Woodshop seem even more realistic.
Gosh, that classic yellow MiniFig head is almost as big as she is
While opening this set, I was first amazed at how small the mini-dolls are in real life. I love them. They are actually easier to MOC with for me. Although not having legs move reverse tandemly (like other MiniFigs), they are wee bit limited on placing onto a base plate diagonally. Oh, well, I will just tile my next floor
For any anthropological interest: I open box, cut plastic bags, take out bricks I wanna touch first. Then (after getting to Olivia - who is so easy to put together and hold - not better or worse than classic figs - just a new option) I place all bricks & pieces in front of me. I build. Halfway through this build, I looked at instructions just to get all bricks/elements organized which the set-design used to create the vice-grip. Because, I fell in love with it upon first seeing this set.
Thanks for visiting!
Edited by Pandora, 20 December 2012 - 11:04 PM.