Luna Lovegood's Spectrespecs is a worthy "Hogwarts Icon" in my opinion, so I decided to build a wearable version of them to supplement my Hogwarts Icons collection. For those playing/building along at home, I've now created a set of instructions with a part list to get you going. Have fun!
Display your Golden Anniversary LEGO Harry Potter minifigures
The 2021 LEGO Harry Potter sets have given us several collectable items, including a number of golden anniversary minifigures. I have been pondering how best to display those for a while, but with the announcement of the Hogwarts Icons Collectors' Edition set, the solution seems given. Read on to see the included stand as well as my alternative version of it...
Instructions for Goblet of Fire brick built book
Back in March I posted about how you can build a book to use for displaying the three small micro-scale models that came with the 2020 Advent Calendar. Back then I did not have time to provide instructions for the build. But this weekend I finally got around to do it, for those interested in building their own copy...
Instructions for Wizard Card Display Stand
The 2021 mid-year wave of LEGO Harry Potter sets introduced a new collectable item - 2x2 tiles with famous wizards and witches printed on them, representing the wizard cards you get when buying the magical chocolate frogs for example from the trolley lady in the Hogwarts Express. I posted about the display stand I designed for them a few weeks ago, and have since had multiple requests for instructions. So here they are...
More London scenery
Following from the previous post where I presented a London phone booth to go with my modular building sized Leaky Cauldron, here is another London icon: a taxi. The taxi, like the Leaky Cauldron itself, have been underway for years and just recently I got around to complete them. The taxi is really created to … Continue reading More London scenery
London is calling
With this first post of 2019, I want to wish all followers a happy new year! Late last year, I posted about the modular building sized model of the Leaky Cauldron I had built. This post continues the London based theme with a bit of London scenery, that will go well with any London based Harry … Continue reading London is calling
Get yourself a magic treat – Chocolate Frog box
I have previously posted about how to build a chocolate frog and a variant of Daan De Ruijter's awesome wizard card. Now, after more than a month of thinking, experimenting and sourcing bricks, I have completed a box to go with the set. As last time, I've made instructions on how to build your own.
Chocolate Frog meets Wizard Card
A few months ago, the awesome wizard card creation by Daan de Ruijter was widely shared on the internet. As I blogged about here, he kindly provided instructions for his creation. I have finally had time to make my own. I didn't quite have all the bricks needed, so I made a few alterations on … Continue reading Chocolate Frog meets Wizard Card