8 Quirky DIYs You Can Do With Lego Bricks

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Here’s how you can put your childhood Lego bricks to practical use for your home.

  1. Cable organiser
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    Lego people can be utilised as cute-as-a-button phone cable organisers/holder. Secure the character with heavy mounting tape to the desk for a resilient hold.
  2. Deer head mount
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    Yes, your own deer head mount is buildable. If you’ve stuck on the bricks snugly, you can even use it as sturdy jewellery hook for lightweight chains.
  3. Clock
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    Tell the time with Lego bricks scattered around a square plate. The only tough part about making this contraption is inserting the clock’s motor through the plate by hole-drilling.
  4. Bathware
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    Waterproof with its shiny plastic material, Legos make good bathroom wares. Create a toothbrush holder with drainage at the bottom, or dunk the bricks into see-through hand wash gel to make hand-washing a tad more fun for the kids.
  5. Photo frames
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    With its signature rounded bumps, Lego pieces have a distinctive pattern and this is especially evident when used as photo frames.
  6. Magnets
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    We all know Legos go together but now, behold its magnetic powers. Just stick magnetic tape underneath the base for a super grip.
  7. Key holder
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    A perfectly functioning system, this Lego holder lets you hang up your keys by sticking the key chain to the hosting surface. Best part? No drilling needed!
  8. Door unit
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    Door units can look so mundane. Piece together your own figures for a really cool-looking spin! 
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