Posts Tagged ‘trick or treat’

Tricky Treats

October 31, 2011

I was looking for something fun and unique for this Halloween post. Of course it has to be LEGO related. That’s my main rule with this blog, not that I can’t break it if I want to. 😉

But anyway, so I was looking on Flickr and found this
halloween lego minifig candies

And it led me to the Sugar Swings blog and how they were made. Its similar to the chocolate peanut butter bricks I made a couple of years ago.

The non-decorated ones are almost as cool
lego minifigs

And the final result is just plain tasty 🙂
halloween lego minifig cupcakes

Happy Halloween every one and may you get LEGO and chocolate in your Trick or Treat bags. 😀

Snow White, Trick or Treat

October 26, 2010

Snow White, Trick or Treat

Paul Hetherington, better known as the BrickBaron online has a knack for the interesting when it comes to LEGO building. Fresh off his award winning Best in Show Mardi Gras spectacular at BrickCon Paul created this model for the upcoming Halloween contest over at LEGOPIRATE.

I love the elements that he used to create the lettering of “trick or treat” and making Snow White so much taller than her dwarves is perfect. 🙂

Snow White, Trick or Treat

What a wonderful treat for Halloween! 🙂

Trick or Treat

October 22, 2010

Trick or Treat

Somebody had to do it sooner or later, but Matthew Hurt got to it first. 🙂

He used several of the Collectible Minifigures as trick or treaters hunting for candy on all hollows eve.

Trick or Treat

I like how he used the tiles and pumpkin’s heads as candy bags. And the house isn’t too bad either. 😉

Great job Matthew!

Candy is nice, but LEGO is better

October 30, 2009

Candy is nice, but…, originally uploaded by Pepa Quin.

Instead of handing out candy this halloween Pepe Quin is handing out a pumkin model that he designed a few years ago. He has been doing this for a while now, but added red pumkins this year for variety.

I think this is a great Halloween tradition — that is if you don’t mind giving away LEGO. 😉

This will last the kids much longer than the mere seconds it takes to open and then consume candy. Plus, they will remember it for years to come and possibly become LEGO fans themselves. 😀