Looking to treat your LEGO-loving kiddos to a unique gift this Valentine's Day? We've got just the thing for you! Team up a Peel 'n Stick Baseplate with a container to make these darling little His & Hers LEGO Compatible Containers for LEGO play on-the-go!
Materials Needed:- 2 x Creative QT Peel 'n Stick Baseplates (we used one Blue and one Pink, approx. $10.95 each- see the full collection here)
Take a look at the video below to see just how easy it is to put together the LEGO Compatible Containers.
If you have any concerns about cutting the baseplates, visit our 'How to Cut Peel 'n Stick Baseplates to Size' blog post which will walk you through the process.
These containers are the perfect size for taking out with you, and double up as a great way to keep LEGOs neatly stored at home! Any LEGO lover will be over the moon with their new building box!
Creative QT designs quality + innovative toys that declutter homes and inspire creative play. Founded by parents of five, Adam and Dana Sue Hinkle, Creative QT’s vision is to empower parents and encourage a culture of families that Make Time Together. All products are designed to enrich families’ lives through active, creative play and play based learning. Creative QT products are laboratory tested for compliance with CPSC requirements and are free of lead, cadmium and phthalates so you can play with confidence. So, go ahead … today is the day: be your kid’s hero.
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