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No one's too old for Lego =)
I was awfully busy last days [weeks?] and my poor kid had to bear with it. Yesterday i took him horse riding as a reward for his incredible patience. Today i get MY "reward" cos i'm "the coolest Mom" [Erik's words =) ]. While i was sweating in the garden replanting flowers Erik was playing with Lego. And then he comes and brings a Bling-Bling-Lego for me =) He glued some rhinestones on a wicked Lego piece. I love his choice of colours and how he put different sized stones to make it look "more interesting". He's a deep boy alright hahaha
So after adding a couple of Big Girl's tiny details the "Erik's Lego Pendant" became my favourite piece of jewelry. hahaha am i lucky or what? And the good news is: if a 7 year old boy can do it, so can you =)This is an unnecessary detailed "How To", 'cos Erik is writing it =)

p.s. we made a massive amount of "Lego "Unconventional" during the years and ya'll can see it on my Blog, which will come to existence as soon as i figure out what a "Blog" actually is and how it works [next week?]. Promise <3

Posted by manabunga from Vientiane, Vientiane Prefecture, Laos • Published See manabunga's 7 projects »
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  • How to make a Lego necklace. Lego Pendant - Step 1
    Step 1

    I have no idea how these little "hollow studs" are really called, but the good thing about them for this project - they fit perfectly into Lego "holes" =)

    Tip: Smear some glue just on the "stem" of the stud, 'cos the ridge won't glue well and can make your project look messy.

  • How to make a Lego necklace. Lego Pendant - Step 2
    Step 2

    glue one on the left side =)

  • How to make a Lego necklace. Lego Pendant - Step 3
    Step 3

    glue one on the right side =)

  • How to make a Lego necklace. Lego Pendant - Step 4
    Step 4

    Glue one on top =)

  • How to make a Lego necklace. Lego Pendant - Step 5
    Step 5

    We fixed the [Ultrasuede] string's "sliding lock" before fixing it to the "Lego Pendant"

  • How to make a Lego necklace. Lego Pendant - Step 6
    Step 6

    Now slip the loop through the opening

  • How to make a Lego necklace. Lego Pendant - Step 7
    Step 7

    Now tie a knot on it and pull the string to hide the knot in the "neck" of the "pendant" =)
    That way you can reuse the same string for many pendants. no commitment. just untie the knot =)

  • How to make a Lego necklace. Lego Pendant - Step 8
    Step 8

    Ta Da!
    I'm in love with it =)

  • How to make a Lego necklace. Lego Pendant - Step 9
    Step 9

    i'm not sure if it's allowed to post the project's "creator's" photo, but Erik wanted it. And actually the pic was of Erik, me and The Lego Pendant, but the camera hated me [actually it loved the big scratch on my forehead that i got yesterday from horse-riding/fence-climbing, making it look like i need stitches =)].
    so there you go =)
    I love him. I love him. I love him.

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vInTaGe~VioLeT
vInTaGe~VioLeT · Bideford, England, GB · 44 projects
aww what a sweet boy you have :o)
i love lego jewellery.
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