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I finally got around to building a keychain holder for Amy and I. 3 magnets hold it fairly well.  Each keychain brick is held on by two studs. Slopes below mean you can just push on the bottom of the brick to remove.

Looking for good key holder? This magnetic key holder attaches to your fridge, keeps your keys in an easy to find spot and displays your Lego love.

Five months in the making, this amazing LEGO creation is made with over 10,000 bricks. Based on the Hangar 327 Escape scene from Star Wars, Episode IV, “A New Hope”, it comes with 19 mini-figures, the Millennial Falcon, and a custom made display table. Is your set complete without it?

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Imperial Shuttle / Arrival of the Emperor: Jay Hoff’s latest LEGO project: a recreation of the Death Star landing bay. Spending six months on his creation, the school teacher used 30,000 LEGO pieces in his faithful recreation of the scene in Return of the Jedi. While you don’t have to be a fan of Star Wars to admire the model, you gotta admire his dedication: it cost him about $2,300 to build.

Death Star made from 30,000 LEGO pieces

Using over Lego pieces, Florida teacher Jay Hoff spent six months creating a 6 ft x 6 ft replica of the Death Star landing bay, used in a scene from "Return of the Jedi,"

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Fourth batch of my LEGO Star Wars Minifigs Collection. With this fourth display, I totalize 420 LEGO Star Wars Minifigs. - Also see display 01 - Also see display 02 - Also see display 03

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