Wednesday, March 20, 2013

We Have A Pope! :: Lego Edition





by Rascal (11) and Captain (12)

Are the boys creative, or what?!  The Clear Doors and Railing for "St. Peter's Balcony" are from the Seaside House, a Coat of Arms from a Knight's Shield, and the umbrella is the wheel from Captain's Sopwith Camel!   The Cardinal's Biretta's were "stolen" from the rooftop of Flo's Cafe... And they even were able to come up with a microphone from the gate of their Police Forest Station!  I love legos!!!


27 comments:

  1. Fabulous! I love seeing your boys' creativity (and reliving so many things my boys were doing ten years ago :-))!

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  2. I love this, so creative and it made my day to see it!

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  3. Whoa. Now that's creative! Nice work boys.

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  4. This is awesome! Your boys should make up lego patterns for download or something...I would have never thought of this combo!

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  5. :giggle: They are so creative! I can't wait til my boys are big enough to build their own sets! We just have duplos now :)

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  6. You guys are so creative. Nice job! They will never for get the election of this Pope for sure now!

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  7. My 7 and 9 year old boys and I are very impressed!

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  8. Love it! Wish I could use it as a Facebook cover photo. :)

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  9. Now I can't wait for my boys to be home for school. I want them to see this. It's great!

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  10. That's so cool! Very Creative.

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  11. Wow! Just wow! That is amazing. I hope my son is that creative when he's older!

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  12. Awesome! LOL, my kids were just saying the other day that it would be so neat if Lego came up with a Vatican City set....right now they're all reading over my shoulder & are very impressed. :)
    For Rascal & Captain:
    "Awesome construction! I like the different pieces you used to put it together." ~ "General"
    "Neat creation, it looks just like it in real life." ~"Rose" & "Little Monkey"

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  13. My 7 year old son James (I'm an Orthodox priest) thinks this is great. He especially says, "Good job on the Cardinals."

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  14. So cool! I wonder from where they get their creativity?! :-) Hmmm...would you allow them to do a post on getting started with Legos? What would be a solid bin or batch to get started? Good job guys! -Genevieve

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  15. Fantastic! Keep up the good work boys. How about keep going and add a lego recreation of St. Peter's square with the colonnade and obelisk? You can do it!!!

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  16. Jessica, I've been reading your blog for years, but when I saw this post I had to make it offical and finally became a follower! This is great and I can't wait to show my boys (7 and 5) who I'm sure will be taking notes on what pieces they'll need to create something similar! So creative! Thanks! -Theresa

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  17. this is the cutest Pope idea ever!! and I'm amazed that you know which pieces are from which sets :O our Lego pieces are one jumbled up mess! Kudos to your kids for coming up with this!

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  18. What a great job your boys did! My friend, Fr. Roderick Vonhögen from the Netherlands, shared this on his Facebook page, so that's how I came to your page. I love LEGOs, and this just added to the epic love. Well done to your boys! Well done, indeed! :D

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    1. My husband watches Fr. Roderick's videos online sometimes. I love his voice!!!

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  19. Don't know if you have seen this Pope Francis coloring page yet... http://www.cool-coloring-pages.com/pope-francis-coloring-page/

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  20. awesome! Now I want to get some lego cardinals!

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  21. Bravo à ces enfants et à leur maman. Superbe!


    warm congratulations for these childrens and their mother (approximate translating I'm sorry)

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  22. Great LEGO rendition! I blogged this on GodBricks.

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  23. Make a meme: Lego and Let God.

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