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Beginner Guides for LEGO Fans

Are you new to the LEGO hobby? Browse this section for useful tips & tricks to get you started! And if you have any questions just ask! 😉

LEGO suitcase sets – great for storage!

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Today I would like to bring to your attention some of the recently released LEGO Juniors and LEGO Creator sets that come with a special feature: a sturdy and very handy storage-case. These storage-cases are made by Room Copenhagen, the same Danish company that we featured before for their very nice LEGO storage and sorting […]

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LEGO sorting & storage boxes – new version

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Last year I showed you a LEGO sorting and storage system from that I really like (see: New LEGO Storage & Sorting Boxes Review). These sorting and storage boxes are made by Room Copenhagen, a Danish company that has been making storage solutions for LEGO for several years. All of their LEGO related storage systems […]

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Build Your Own Adventure – new LEGO books

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There are a couple of new LEGO books that I wanted to show you today that were just released by DK Publishing; LEGO Ninjago: Build Your Own Adventure, and LEGO Friends: Build Your Own Adventure. Both books are similar to – and probably replacements for – the LEGO BrickMaster line, with included LEGO building elements […]

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How to assemble & build retired LEGO sets

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(Written by William) Let’s face it, LEGO makes a lot of sets, and LEGO is expensive. LEGO also retires sets after a period of time. All of this means that we may not be able to afford everything we want when available, and by the time we are ready to buy, the set of our […]

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New LEGO Ninjago & LEGO Friends books

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There are a couple of new LEGO books by DK Publishing that are worth checking out. DK Publishing is well known for their very high quality LEGO books with beautiful high resolution pictures, interesting information, and a friendly, easy-to-read format. Also, as a bonus, many of their LEGO books include a special minifigure inside the […]

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How to sort & store 250,000 LEGO pieces

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Architect Jeffrey Pelletier has amassed a collection of a quarter of a million LEGO pieces in the basement of his family’s 1902 Seattle home. He completely remodeled this old house, including the basement that now serves as a LEGO room and media room. A great place for Jeffrey to work on his architectural models and […]

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Some tips on parting out & selling LEGO sets

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(Written by Skyward) I was strolling through my local department store and saw two #70803 The LEGO Movie Cloud Cuckoo Palace sets. Aware that this set was becoming hard to find, I decided to purchase them for resale. Knowing that buying LEGO sets for the purpose of reselling (either as a sealed set or by parting […]

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Brick Classifieds – online LEGO marketplace

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If you have been a long-time reader here, you may remember that a few years back we talked about a really helpful LEGO website and community called BrickPicker.com. You can read the article here: LEGO Investment Guide for Sellers & Collectors. BrickPicker is all about watching the price trends of LEGO sets on eBay with […]

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