Then, I bought four 10 x 10 lego building plates.
Click on the link below to snag some.
It’s the best price I’ve seen.
Sometimes Toy’s R Us has buy one get one half off….but they are still cheaper on Amazon.
The most important step is to use legos to hold the plates together at the seams.
If you push the plates together flush, then the legos won’t work with it. They need a little tiny space. The space is super easy to get if you just use legos to hold it together while it dries and cures.
Also be sure to put heavy books or pans on the top while it dries.
I totally think I might try this one! We were debating getting rid of our train table since the kids don’t play with the trains anymore (and only use it for legos, etc). If I could sell it, I could easily pay for the supplies for this and take up way less space!
Cute! (Oh and Luc has that same shirt that Sam has on!)
Tiffany Noth says
Oh my goodness! I love this! Totally going to make my son a Lego table!
Great table, such a amazing idea!! Which sets do you have on the table? I don’t see the links.
Thanks Clarra. One set is the camper duplo. Here is a link. (LEGO DUPLO® LEGOVille Caravan 5655) And the other set is the Pink Brick Box which is just the best set out there. I love it! LEGO Pink Brick Box – Large (402 pcs) 5560 (For Ages 4 years & up)“>Here is the link.
Did you out glue on the table? Or just the plates?
Hi Jeannette. I put a line of glue around the plates and in the middle. I also put a line on the table just as I was about to lay each plate down. 🙂 Thanks for asking.
May I just say, you are BRILLIANT! Thank you for not only giving complete and detailed, not to mention, easy directions. But to include links to the supplies, that is magnificent. Thank you so much. Hope to see more from you. Job well done!