Overwhelmed with LEGOs? Us too! That's why we grabbed somePeel 'n Stick Baseplates and made this simple IKEA hack storage station. It cost less than $90 to make, and there's not a single drop of glue required!
Our kids love playing with water so we figured why not embrace their passion and challenge them to some underwater LEGO creating?!
We always like to gift our kids something small for Valentine's Day but our tradition is that it has to be something with an element of 'hand-made'. That's why we came up with the idea to make them a cute little building brick box using ourPeel 'n Stick Baseplates and these $2 photo boxes from Walmart.
Kids might be a little underwhelmed if they unwrap a pack of ourPeel 'n Stick Baseplates. But team them up with a table and their favorite LEGO set and they'll be totally stoked to play with their new building station! Here's some suggestions to get you inspired just in time for the holidays!
Want to make your kids a small creation box for on-the-go building brick play this holiday season? We used these festive Dollar Store tins and a green Peel 'n Stick Baseplate in this affordable DIY project. Each tin costs only $3.50 to make!
As we are all getting into Back to School mode, we start to reorganize and create healthy working areas for our kids. One great way to encourage your kids to continue learning at home is to make them a DIY homework station. Here are our favorite five from Pinterest.
Hands up who is in desperate need of some family organizing help? Yup, us too! That's why we spent some time scrolling through Pinterest to pick out five of our favorite family command center ideas. Surely these will help keep us all in order!
Making learning hands on and engaging is key for kids of all ages. That's why it has become more and more popular for schools to include building bricks in their regular curriculum learning materials. We love this and can't wait to share with you some great ideas for using our Peel 'n Stick Baseplates to make DIY LEGO Compatible learning spaces in your classroom!
Are you looking to create a fun and engaging makerspace for your students, or even for your own kids at home? We've got just the hack for you, and it's as easy as Peel, Stick, Play with our Peel 'n Stick Baseplates!
We cannot put it any simpler. Our Peel 'n Stick Baseplates are so incredibly easy to use. The possibilities for ways to use them are endless! Whether you want a new LEGO-compatible play table, or a maker space, or even a small travel building brick container, these baseplates are what you need!
Looking to create a comfy outdoor building spot for your kids to enjoy? We've got a great hack for you! Here's how to turn a kid's picnic table into an awesome DIY LEGO Compatible Picnic Table... and there's even still room for snacks!
Maker spaces do not have to be huge hubs of creativity only found in fancy children's museums. Why not re-purpose some affordable IKEA furniture into a mini makerspace for your children to play with at home. It can be done for less than $50 with this simple hack.
Keeping all those building bricks contained can be a tough job for even the most organized of parents. We've got a super cute IKEA hack using the FLISAT Toy Storage Box with Casters and our Peel 'n Stick Baseplates- no cutting and no glueing! Throw in your bricks, wheel to the best play spot in the house, and build on the sides!
With our Peel 'n Stick Baseplates it's easy to turn anything into a building brick surface! Here's a quick way to transform IKEA Tablet and Laptop Supports into fun little maker spaces for your kids!
Looking for a way to make building brick play portable for your kiddos- we've got just the hack! Turn $2 IKEA trays into easy on-the-go building brick platforms that are perfect for outdoors creating in the summer sun.