Don’t get me wrong – I am love Buying flowers for Valentine’s Day, especially since I used to work in a flower shop. Between my allergies and cats trying to chew every last petal (and leaving a big, ahem, mess to clean up later), real flowers and I don’t mix anymore.
So when I learned about Lego, I wasn’t just entering the adult market by designing The Great Pyramids and even table worthy globes but also by throwing an actual $50 bouquet of flowers, I was shot. I knew I had to buy them.
That’s what I did. I’ve had them in my apartment for a few months now. Needless to say: I’m still obsessive about it Lego Flower Bouquet.
The 756-piece set isn’t techy, but it adds a fun, techy touch to my space. After all, these 700+ pieces require step-by-step construction, and I tip my hat to Lego. Their instructions are easy to digest and provide small bits of information on pages for readers to enjoy. With these instructions, it was an effortless and really fun project, taking me back to my childhood days building the famous Isaacs Lego Chicken Tower with my dad.
Each of the 15 stems included in the design comes in vibrant colors, from hot pink snapdragons to pale roses shaped like Lego car skins. There are daisies and asters to maximize the pop of color in addition to making everyone smile, including myself.
When I was done, I simply arranged them in a cat themed vase and went about my day. Since they are artificial flowers, I don’t have to worry about watering them, and I have to ask my pet to water them when I’m on vacation. My only concern? Should I pollinate the petals or not? My cats ignore them, my apartment is full of color, and I enjoy something I can’t do otherwise.
Starting February 1, Lego will release two new flower designs, one of which is a a bouquet of wildflowers set. For $60that set can be yours too, and you can pre-order that colorful bouquet right now Amazon and Walmart. You know I already have.