Posts Tagged ‘Easter’

Happy Easter!

April 23, 2011

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Schneider Cheung created this totally loveable Easter chick with a handful of Easter eggs. Much like his Love Bunnies that I featured earlier this year. This chick just asks to be picked up and petted. πŸ™‚

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Such a wonderful model for a wonderful day! πŸ™‚

Perfect Little Egg

April 19, 2011

Katie Walker has done it again with this imperfect perfect little egg.

Imperfect little egg (with a side of chit chat)

She calls it imperfect, while I disagree. This is a perfectly fine looking egg and with Easter just around the corner, a perfectly timed model too. πŸ˜‰

What she calls imperfections I call working with a fixed element. She has stunned us all in the past with her cheese wedge mosaics going above and beyond others who have dabbled with the 1×1 slope. I love seeing her creations, especially because I love mosaics. And seeing a fellow FFOL (Female Fan of LEGO) share her creations makes it even that more cool. πŸ™‚

Happy Easter Everyone!

April 11, 2009

Happy Easter, originally uploaded by TooMuchDew.

Bill Toenjes posted this picture of the April 09 LEGO Store Easter bunny promo model. Each month the LEGO Stores are providing a free LEGO mini model.

The Easter eggs are from a previous year’s LEGO store promotion.

Hoppy Easter!

April 9, 2009

Okay, I know it’s a few days till Easter, but I wanted to get a jump on it. πŸ˜‰

On my Flikr Group LEGO Miniland I have a monthly building challenge. This month’s is called Hop to It!

When I was thinking up the challenge I came up with this little guy. He’s not too happy to be in the bunny suit, but who would be?

When I was working at the Model Shop in LEGOLAND California, one of the funnest projects I worked on was creating a whole bunch of Halloween costumes to update Miniland for Brick or Treat. I think I designed something like twenty or so costumes including a man in a LEGO brick suit, a spider costume, a banana costume, and a mermaid. Before that all they had to decorate Miniland was a bunch of “traditional” Halloween costumes like mummies, vampires, and a ton of witches.

I was really happy how this model turned out. The Easter basket was a fun accessory to build. I would have preferred making it in tan, but I didn’t have the parts.