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Suzanne Eaton
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LEGO builder, artist
LEGO builder, artist

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Had a great time working at the MIT/HUBWeek event: "Innovation Playground." A group of us from NELUG built a scale model of two new buildings coming soon to Kendall Square. We finished just in time for the groundbreaking ceremony.
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10/13/17
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Check out my latest review for Friends Bricks!
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Check out my first ever set review for The Heartlake Times!
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We needed lights for Calum's room and I had four of these IKEA hanging bulb units with no shades. Looking around the house for makeshift shades, I tried using some of our excess LEGO Pick-A-Brick cups. It worked out well. Thanks to Nate Finch for use of his drill press and hole saw. LED bulbs are cool enough to not overheat.
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LEGO Pick-A-Brick Cup Lights
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We put LED lights in our pumpkin this year, controlled by a PicoCricket.
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Happy Halloween! Here's a LEGO mosaic pattern for a Jack-o-lantern. For more 16x16 designs, and to make one your own, visit DaveE's mosaic utility here: http://www.suave.net/~dave/mosaics.cgi
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Playing with LED lights using a PicoCricket and water-beads in a sensory bin. Conclusion: Not as cool as I'd hoped.
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I just built this super-fast rubber-band racer, based on instructions I found online. If your Camp received a LEGO 9686 set, you can build one too! If you try it, I have a challenge for you: There's a parts inventory at the beginning of this instructional video: http://youtu.be/d46buot92Qk. You may notice that it calls for three small gears while your kit came with only two! However, there are many clever ways around this issue, using what came in your kit. How would you make it work? Build and share your solutions! Then, if you want, I'll show mine.

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I built a LEGO version of the German boardgame "The Settlers of Catan." In 2006, I brought it to BrickFair in Virginia where it won two awards. It was also published in GAMES magazine and featured on The Brothers Brick (a blog showcasing creations by adult LEGO builders).
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LEGO Catan
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