Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Lego Wall Display

Hello Foxy Friends! This year I decided that it was going to be the year of organization, I gave you an update here, so I thought I would share another project. It's been slow going, but over the weekend we got another project done. Our problem was that once Baby Fox finished a Lego set we had no where to put them. Then his friends would come over and destroy them and then we would spend approximately a bazillion hours trying to put it back together. I"m going to give Mr. full credit here, we talked about it, but he got it done. Found the shelves, ordered the Lego plates and installed everything. I just took pictures, and held up a measuring tape, and told him where to put the shelves and the plates. Let's get started.

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Shelves (White and Yellow)
Brickyard Lego Plates

Optional: Spray Paint (color of your choice)


Step 1

Decide where you want to put your shelves on your wall. We decided on getting 6 shelves to fill the whole space up.

Step 2

Measure a whole lot and figure out where each shelf is going to go.

Step 3

Start drilling holes and hanging shelves. Get some cute little helpers along the way.

Step 4

Have the kids decorate the Lego plates to keep them busy.

Step 5

After hanging all of the shelves, take the ones off that you want to paint. Baby Fox wanted all the white shelves painted green so Mr. bought a can of green spray paint that roughly matched the Lego color green. I forgot to take a picture of this, but our garage floor might remember that painting for a while, hehe.

Step 6

Once paint dries hang up all of the shelves and the Lego plates. We did make the Lego Plate removable, so he could change them out if he wanted to.

I just love the way that it came out, so perfect for him, and now he has a place to store his Lego sets and the wall has something on it. He used to have his baby quilt up there, but when we took that down earlier this year, it was so blank. I'm happy that something now lives in that empty space. Thank you Mr. for making this all happen. (Can I tell you how much it bothers me that there are two greens in a row...I couldn't convince him to switch it...)

Linking up with Shay and Erica's for Workin' It Wednesday

Linking up here and with Shay and Erica's Workin' It Wednesday 

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