Creative QT® co-owner, Adam Hinkle, lovingly refers toPixel Bricks™ as 'LEGO™ glitter' because they do seem to have a way of finding their way all over the floor if not properly stored. The good news is, however, we have loads of simple and affordable ways to store them all in this one blog.
Shared materials are a thing of the past this school year so we've been getting creative with ways to make individual learning resources with our products. In this blog we share how to use ourStoryBricks® andPeel 'n Stick Baseplates to turn a small $1 container into a multi-purpose learning box which fits conveniently inside a student's desk.
Hoping to give your kids a great play table to create on whilst also solving the never-ending problem of storing building bricks? We've got a great IKEA hack for you which ticks both play and storage boxes!
On the blog we are sharing a round-up of three super easy and affordable DIY hacks for mini maker spaces which will provide your students or own kids the perfect little learning zone.
I think what I love about our little company, is that I truly do USE our products! Like…all of them. But right now, I especially love theSlideAway On-The-Go, because it is just the right size for holding all those teeny tiny toys and materials which otherwise end up all over our living room floor.
In this blog we are sharing how to make a simple and thrifty portable play case for your little DUPLO-style brick loving builder.
Ever wish you could have the perfect LEGO Compatible play set up for long road trips? Well we've got just the solution- check out our latest DIY hack, the Magnetic LEGO Compatible Play Tray!
Toy storage is a pain point for most of us parents. Whether it's LEGOs all over the floor, an army of stuffed animals invading your child's bedroom, or endless bins, containers and bags overflowing, keeping toys organized is hard work! That's why we've decided to round up our five favorite toy storage containers which are modern, and most importantly, affordable.
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!