Playing out with our mini vehicles caused a need for a simple Lego Duplo house. House is one of the most popular builds from Duplo bricks and there are quite a few good ideas around the web.
Anyhow, I once again had to build from scratch, because I needed a really tiny one (to accompany our miniature vehicles).
For a tree I used an unussual green brick, which is in fact intended for building up a tree but with an additional trunk-shaped brick. I’m not very keen on specificaly shaped bricks. In my opinion it causes imagination to slowly slip away and the play becomes boring. But then again – we have to dance with the devil sometimes and find the use for those uninspiring pieces and implement them into useful creations.
At the time, a brown 1×2 block was at hand and we got a complementary tree for our mini house in no time :)
Lego Duplo simple house and tree
Not quite the right time, however, here is my take on a Santa and Rudolph christmas couple. Starting point from design point of view was to make them as simple and easy to make as possible, using standard and basic Lego Duplo bricks.
Lego Duplo Santa and Rudolph
Miniature of a life-saver on the sea. As basic as a Lego Duplo lighthouse can be.
Lego Duplo Lighthouse
A black belted karate masters duo, doing their favourite kata. Better watch out and not to step in their way!
Lego Duplo karate masters
Not many words really needed – Site name makes it pretty obvious. Lurking around will hopefully get you idea or two for your next Lego creation. Creations posted are created using mainly standard simple bricks. It surely is great to see all those 1000+ bricks creations, but not everyone is loaded with so many. Hanging around with 2 and 4-year old kids, I will begin journey with Duplo’s.