Chocolatecake

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  1. Chocolatecake

    Catching Butterflys

    That is a very cute little vignette.
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    EB Xmas Raffle 2015-Your ideal Christmas tree - Winners

    I recieved mine some days ago, so now I'm one of the cool kids now with Super Heros minifigures. Thank you for the work you have put in to it Mike.
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    EB Xmas Raffle 2015-Your ideal Christmas tree - Winners

    I won - on the first day *huh* What a pleasant surprise, didn't expect to be a lucky winner third year in a row. Thank you Mike (and rest of EB) for the raffle.
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    Eurobricks Event 2016 - Information Topic

    quite tempting, better figure out the finances.
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    Why is LEGO now being made in China?

    I have had problems with some cheeseslopes that cracks and then the variation in colour, but that are the only two things I have noticed.
  6. When it comes to my christmastree I prefer a tree decorated with a star in the top and decoration that are in every colour of the rainbow. I might get a tiny tree in a pot from IKEA this year (and then give it to my sister and brother in law after christmas..)
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    Lego Scientific Research Institute

    What a nice set-up, the only thing this chemist is missing is the fumehood But it feels so familiar and bring back memories from my years at university. Keep on MOC'ing
  8. Haven't been around for a couple of month and thought that my batch was lost, when some idiots blew up my mailbox 6 weeks ago. But now I see that I might get the prize in the next week (if the danish postal service will...) Thanks copmike for your work, putting all those pieces in bags, writing adresses and licking stamps ( ).
  9. Thank you EB for having another Xmas raffle, and winning was a bonus . I am impressed by all the entries and all the creativity. Have a happy new year my fellow AFOL's
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    [MOC] Japanese garden

    You have done it again Cecilie! Never disappoints and clever use of the latter, had to re-read it and look at the photo again to find the latter - very ccreative use of them.
  11. What I really really really want for christmas is a job. And this is my sigfig holding a contract in her tiny yellow hand.
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    MOC: Modular Shell Gas Station

    Oh wow, just wow! It truely looks like at gas station and the amount of details impresses me. So keep on building.
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    MOC: Historic House

    Oh.. the roof, I understand you - been there and it is really a pain in the... Your result is really good, well executed and I think: why didn't I do that? So keep on MOC'ing.
  14. Hmm.. It's not more messy than if you like Star Wars, Chima and Agent, they have all minifigures shaped minifigures. I don't know how stores in the UK looks like, never been to that part of Europe. But here the minidollsets are places next to minifiguresets. In TRU Friends are placed next to City and Princess next to Creator. They are not placed next to Barbie, Monsters High and other dolls. Same goes for the supermarkets, LEGO has their own area. They did a lot of test on girls in the targetgroup and the dolls were a winner, and if minidolls are what makes little girls wants to play with construction toys, why should we as AFOL complain? The other day in TRU, I heard a Uncle tell his girlfriend about the Disney Princess set his nephew loves and which Friends set the boys has on his wishlist along the minifigureset.
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    REVIEW: 71007 LEGO Collectable Minifigures Series 12

    First: Thank You WhiteFang for another great review. Even though it's a not a city-heavy serie, it offer som great parts that can be city-fied. The face of the piggy guy looks like it would suit kid-minifig and the wizard is what I imagined Dumbledore the first time I read the philosopher stone. I'm glad LEGO returned to the regular series, with figures there are easier to mix and match.