DIY LEGO Table
Last year for Christmas, Santa brought my older boys a foldable/storable LEGO table and it has had constant use since then. But, the saying, “Two’s company, three’s a crowd” tends to apply with my three oldest boys and my 5-year-old is normally the third wheel and was feeling a bit left out. So, Santa did not disappoint this year and brought him his very own DIY LEGO Table.
DIY LEGO Table
Use an X-Acto knife to cut the base plates to fit the table. Two of the LEGO plates only needed to be trimmed a little bit and then the third was cut to fill in the remaining area. Then, use LEGO pieces to get the correct spacing of all of the pieces before gluing. You will want to do this to make sure that the breaks line up correctly.
The only thing left to do is glue it down. Turn the pieces over altogether as one large piece and cover in glue. Turn it back over and glue it down. Set something heavy on top of it until the glue dries.
It’s so easy to make and I love this table because it has the legs that can fold down as well as the handles so he can pack around all of his creations and share them with everyone. He also likes to use his table as his “desk” when he’s not building LEGO sets so it has more than one use.
Do you have any LEGO fanatics in your house? This would make the perfect gift and is very inexpensive and easy to make. If you are looking for a LEGO table but don’t have the time/desire to make one I’ve seen several on Amazon, Walmart and Ebay.