Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Lego Brickshow 2015

I went to the Lego Brickshow in San Leandro. It is show in which people show off what they do with Lego's. It is pretty cool:















It was pretty cool to see all the stuff that people did with Lego's.

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  1. Amazing stuff, amazing pictures.

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    1. Thanks. I thought they were true artists.

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  2. Brilliant these are so clever ain't they :-)

    PS: I didn't see your blog on my Linky I could only see your comment

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  3. So cool, my kids love Lego. They would love this experience!

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  4. Wow - so clever, and what a great place to visit #ourworldtuesday

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    1. It was very clever. I think that there is a whole society of them.

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  5. that is neat - I love Kermit & Minions one :)

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  6. Amazing!

    Have a great week - http://parentclub.ca/2015/07/ww-parent-club-w-linky/

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  7. Lovely pictures :)

    How cool is Kermit!!

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  8. How fun! My kids absolutely love Legos. A new set it on everyone of their birthday or Christmas lists.

    http://theapels.blogspot.com/2015/07/ww-graham-cave-linky.html

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    1. Cool, hopefully they will build something cool.

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  9. Fun shots! I'd love you to come by and share at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/07/variations.html

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  10. great job with the pictures legos are awesome thanks for sharing have a great week

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  11. I have and always will love toys.

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  12. Lego is well loved in our household. This does look cool.

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  13. Very impressive! I can maybe make a simple table with Legos. lol
    Take 25 to Hollister

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  14. Very cool!
    Hope to see you at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/07/variations.html for this week's linkup. I always enjoy your visits and appreciate your support.

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  15. It's amazing the things they can do with Legos. :)

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  16. I love legos! Thank for sharing your post with us at the What Are You Doing? Blog Hop!

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  17. I showed this to my son as he loves lego (currently playing with a Lego ship) and he loves it and wants to go and visit this place!

    Thanks for sharing!

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  18. My son is 33 and still loves his Lego. He uses his baby nephew as an excuse to play with it LOL:) Looks like you had a great time and thanks for sharing with us at #WednesdaysWisdom

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    1. I did have a great time. Nobody is too old for Legos.

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  19. Great job dude! I bet you had as much looking at all that cool stuff as they did making it didn't you? Well, ya know what I would too. I use to play with building stuff that locked too they were white and had two square on top that locked, and were made out of hard plastic. I would make houses or castles, and then I was a Lincoln Log kid too. hehehe Thanks for sharing my friend. Like I said I'm going to come out there where you live, and I'm going to let you show me around because you always go to the coolest places! woo hoo

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    1. Thanks. You do need to come out here and I will show you around.

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  20. What an amazing place, my 7 year old son would love this. Thanks for sharing at Good Morning Mondays. Blessings

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  21. What an amazing place, my 7 year old son would love this. Thanks for sharing at Good Morning Mondays. Blessings

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    1. You are welcome. I bet he would. It was cool.

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  22. I literally squealed over the Death Star and the Millennium Falcon: that's the Lego dream right there!! One day my hubby and I said we will construct these with our son. Just gotta find that spare $500 for the kit! LOL
    but these are seriously fantastic. I've seen great big sets live in person and it's incredible what these artists can do. And I do consider them artists.

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    1. They had a whole Star Wars section. I loved those also. I do also consider them artists.

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  23. Nice! I remember going to Legoland and being amazed at all the sculptures there.

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  24. A-Mazing! I cannot believe the patience that goes into these creations. Love it. Mel xx

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    1. It is a lot of patience to build something like that. I couldn't do it.

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  25. So neat! We went to Legoland in March and it was pretty unbelievable.

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    1. I have never been there. I bet is it cool.

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  26. You had me at minion! This looks like an awesome post, thanks for linking it up at this weeks Merry Mondays!

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  27. Wow, my kids would have loved to have been at this event. We are a Lego family, so they would have really had a good time. Don't forget us at TGI Saturdays, we haven't seen you there in a long time. Miss your adventure updates.

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    1. You are welcome. Thanks, that makes me feel good.

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  28. This looks so fun! Pinned and tweeted. Thank you so much for bringing such a masterpiece to our party. I hope to see you tonight at 7 pm. We can’t wait to party with you! Lou Lou Girls

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  29. Oh, my boys would LOVE that!! Thanks for linking up at Life at Rossmont.

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  30. Lovely pictures Patrick, my kids love Lego :)

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    1. You are welcome Mine used to love them also.

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