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Lego Challenge #25: Micro-Scale

Inspired by Sam's Lego Quest, (which is no longer active),  I wanted to start a 
weekly Lego challenge 
that kids can do and you can link up to. 
This linky has been open for a whole year, and will be closed soon. If you want to link up, please do so this week.
With the photo, please give your child's age, what country (or, if the the US, what state) you are from and anything your child wants to say about his or her creation.This can be simple or extremely complex, it's up to you. The only real rule is that it has to be custom built. Your own creation, not a pre-designed one.
You can write a separate post for the challenge or you can just add the photo of your child's entry for the challenge to a weekly wrap-up post.
You can also get inspiration with these posts, even though their linkies are now closed.


You can write a separate post for the challenge or you can just add the photo of your child's entry for the challenge to a weekly wrap-up post.

Lego Challenge #25: Micro-Scale
Almost all LEGO creations are miniature or Micro-Scale. But in general, models that are smaller than minifig-scale are Micro-Scale. The cool thing about building in Micro-Scale is that you don't need a huge amount of LEGO to build something really interesting.


I ask that you please place a penny in your photo to show everyone the scale of your creation. Remember, this design needs to be smaller than normal LEGO arrangements.

Think as small as you can!



With the photo of your child's creation, please give your child's age, what country (or, if the the US, what state) you are from and anything your child wants to say about his or her creation.



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