Lego Travel Box from Randi @ Dukes and Duchesses

Hey everyone!
Welcome to
One For The Boys ~ Holiday Edition
where we share fabulous boy projects and tutorials all month long!
I am thrilled to introduce Randi who has mad creative skills and who I would consider to be my blog big sister and mentor!  I love this lego box that she has created and it has shot right to the top of my to-do list!  Please welcome Randi…
I’m Randi from Dukes and Duchesses and I’m so glad to be here, sharing in Heather’s One For the Boys series.  I have two boys of my own and I love making things that encourage boys to be boys – full of energy and imagination!  Some of my favorite boy projects are my fort building kit and Luke’s explorer sash.

Like most boys, my little guy loves Lego!  I’ve made him a Lego table and a Lego wall and, after seeing some inspiration on the web, I decided to make him a travel Lego box that he can bring with him when we’re going somewhere.
I started with a vintage metal case that I picked up during some trade day shopping.
Using E6000, I glued a rectangular base plate to the lid and added my little guy’s name in red vinyl.
On the inside of the lid, I glued another base plate that acts as a holding area for all those popular little Lego men.
Assorted Lego pieces fill the rest of the case.
My little guy loves his travel Lego box and it’ll be a great way to fill time spent in the carpool line or in waiting rooms.
Thanks for having me here today, Heather!  Enjoy the holiday season, everyone!

Randi is the writer and creator of Dukes and Duchesses, a craft/DIY blog.  She has one husband, five kids, and one fluffy dog.  Follow the adventure on the blog or through facebook and twitter.

Thanks Randi!
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