Build your own Mini FigMy favorite spot is the build your own minifig kiosk. Well, the guys like it too! The figures are sold in a set of three for $10 and each gets an accessory (sword, ax, coffee cup). Here you can find at least eight different heads, a variety of hair or hats and a assortment of bodies. The selection changes from time to time. The first time we went, we made a mommy in a dress (perhaps a princess bride?), a medieval fireman and a super hero with cape. Our only problem is that Mitch wants to buy ALL THE ACCESSORIES.
The Pick-A-Brick Wall is pretty cool, but isn’t as complete as I would like ti to be. It’s a collection of standard bricks with a some odd components like windows, doors, flowers, ladders, knobs, gems and fences thrown in. You purchase by the cup and cram in as many as you can fit. The cups were $8 for the small and $15 for the large. I’m guessing the small cup is about the size of a 2 cup measure, so you get a fair number of bricks for the price. And of course the store was full of LEGO box sets of every sort. The store has monthly events like free mini builds and LEGO club meetings. Check out the West County LEGO store website to see what’s going on this month! Related posts: