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Lego Picture Puzzles

By: Machelle from
Lego Picture Puzzles
Lego Picture Puzzles
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Make Dad smile this Father's Day with these amazingly adorable Lego Picture Puzzles. Choose some family photos or other sentimental images and add them to old Lego pieces, then break them apart so Dad can put them back together as a puzzle. It's so simple!
You could also make some of these gorgeous DIY home decor items for yourself to keep by your bed or scattered around your house so you can look at them often. These creative picture frames would make great gifts for young kids to give to their grandparents, too!

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsRecycled Materials

Primary TechniqueHome Decor


HolidayFather's Day

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So Legos were a big part of my boys toy collection when they were growing up. I still have a box of them and they are patiently waiting to be toys for my future grand kids. In the mean time, I could swipe a few of the blocks and make one of these puzzles for each of them now. I know they will be surprised at the gift.

I love this idea. Not only do you have a building toy this fun addition will build in a project that kids of all ages will enjoy putting together. By using the smaller blocks this could be something for someone older but you could easily use those mega blocks for babies and have them assemble simple designs. I know I will be using this idea.


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