Heartlake City’s got everything any performer could wish for. An art exhibit with Emma? A talent show with Andrea? Buy your tickets here. Or, actually, just build your tickets here! And why go see a show if you would rather put on your own? Start your rehearsals and share your showmanship with all your Friends here. There is no time like the present to go for your dreams!
What Heartlake City needs is…
Hey, have you seen Olivia lately? Oh, well. She must be busy with her latest gadgets and inventions. You never know what she will come up with next! If you could share one of your inventions with Olivia, what would it be? A hovercraft delivery service for her Cupcake Café? A machine that prints out creative recipes? A homework robot? Heartlake City’s got crazy, great, beautiful, weird ideas. And there is always room for one more.
News from the Heart Box HeartFeed
We love scrolling through the LEGO® Friends HeartFeed. You help us fill Heartlake City with sweet inventions, talent, art and heart! Here are some of the amazing new creations you have uploaded. Find fun, creative ideas for your next building project. And remember to share what’s in YOUR heart!
How to build a tropical LEGO® fish
Did you know you can find around 9 million species of marine life and sea creatures in coral reefs around the world? Coral reefs are like the rainforests of the sea. You can discover almost any color, shape and creature you can imagine somewhere! And more are found every year. Maybe one day YOU will discover a new fish? What do you think it will look like? Until then, you can build your own new species of tropical fish. If you need inspiration, download these easy instructions. We have used bricks found in the 41376 Turtle Rescue Mission set, but you can use any colors or shapes you already have. Dive in and share your build here on LEGO® Life! Want to become a Sea Life Friend? Here’s how: 1. Push the purple pledge button 2. Download, print and sign the pledge to do your best to take care of the sea and all life inside it! Thank you for being an amazing Sea Life Friend! Source: https://web.stanford.edu/group/microdocs/species.html