LEGO ICONS Santa's Visit 10293
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Nevertheless, the girl is still young, and she needs to sleep (unlike her parents, missing a bedroom in this part of the house). It was actually Christiansen’s son Godtfred Kirk that saw the potential for the bricks to become a tool for creative play and in 1958, the modern brick design was born. The top left corner is decorated with a doodle most commonly associated with the Christmas holiday season, holly ( Illex aquifolium) and tiny snowflakes.
The company has approximately 10,000 employees and is the world's third largest manufacturer of play materials. I didn’t take a picture of the inside, but the kitchen is built up with a sink, some counters, an oven, drawers, a kitchen mixer, and a loaf of bread on the counter. The golden bells, the satin white lamps and the rounded corners are some of my favorite elements of the house. There’s a variety of parts in this color included in the set, many seen for the first time in this color. These comments are similar to what can be seen in many Architecture models, where specific details on the buildings or skylines are included.We are not Lego fanatics, but as a casual project this took my partner and I approximately 6 hours to complete. Its jewellery consists of many individual transparent 1x1 stones, and inside there is also a light stone as a small special feature.
I usually don't complain about instructions having too simple steps or a small number of parts to add per step.Some may argue that 4 minifigs are too low for a set of this size, however, adding another family member (or Santa’s helper) would make the house too crowded. While I initially liked the sweater design, as it can be worn by flashy and yellow figs, the design is quite outdated now.