Building Instructions - 10717 LEGO® Bricks Bricks Bricks
Discover an endless world of creative fun with this LEGO® Classic 10717 Bricks Bricks Bricks set! Set sail on a mighty galleon to an ancient castle where a frog prince resides. Create a beautiful country house, a gramophone with a spinning turntable, a classic red telephone or a cute elephant with its baby—the possibilities are endless! Dream it, build it and play with 1,500 brightly colored LEGO pieces, including building bricks, shapes, wheels and eyes.
When you build and tell your own stories, there should always be room for an enchanted prince who has been turned into a small green frog. Or maybe this frog just really is the king of the bog. Either way, he looks regal and dignified as he sits calmly on the edge of your LEGO® brick pond, with his sparkly gold crown. You can follow the step-by-step building instructions, using bricks from the LEGO Classic set 10717 Bricks Bricks Bricks. Or who knows, you may discover a whole new species of frogs in different colors in your own brick collection?
Vinyl records are back in business, and with good reason. Not only do they sound great, they make really cool interior decorations, and so do turntables. Whether you don’t have a record player in your house, or you can never get enough of them, you can always fit this miniature vintage gramophone with a rotating turntable and adjustable needle on your shelf. However, when it comes to sound effects, you’re on your own – just remember to recreate the static noises for an authentic experience! The building instructions are included in the LEGO® Classic set 10717 Bricks Bricks Bricks, or you can download them here.
Be the one who dares to talk about the pink elephant in the room, because these cute pink and purple elephants don’t beat around any savanna bush. Maybe they’re on their way to a LEGO® watering hole to take a nice bath? Download the building instructions from the LEGO Classic set 10717 Bricks Bricks Bricks and create an entire herd for them to play with. If you’re feeling adventurous, build a palm tree so they can rest in the shade after their bath. (FYI: If they happen to get dirty from a mud bath, you can hand wash LEGO bricks with mild soap at 40° Celcius!)
Seven building steps is all it takes to get airborne and break the sound barrier in this cool jet plane mini model. Mini models of iconic aircrafts and other fast vehicles are a fun place to start if you’re just learning how to build with LEGO® bricks. You can’t go wrong, just follow the easy building instructions, and use elements from the LEGO Classic set 10717 Bricks Bricks Bricks. If you don’t have this particular set, just look for similar bricks, plates or different colors you already have. Except maybe for the red and green navigation lights, because sound-barrier-breaking or not, always remember: safety first!
Go retro with your LEGO® bricks and build this iconic, red rotary dial phone inspired by classic 1960s and 70s desktop telephones. Old phones are fascinatingly nostalgic – they didn’t go online, you couldn’t take pictures with them, and you could only move them as far as the cord attached to the wall plug allowed you. Plus, you couldn’t be sure who picked up on the other end. But it allowed you an excuse to single-task, take time to sit down and talk with your friends and loved ones. That’s a pretty cool feature. Use these building instructions from the LEGO Classic set 10717 Bricks Bricks Bricks, or build one in your own favorite colors.
Did you know that there is more to the LEGO® Classic set 10717 Bricks Bricks Bricks than just bricks? It has wheels, too, so you can build your own cool LEGO cars in just a few easy steps. Not sure how to get started? Download the free building instructions to learn the basics of building a solid little toy car chassis and frame. This one is purple, but you can use any color you like, and once you get the hang of the car design, you can build any cars you like in any combination of colors and sizes. Buckle up, fasten your seatbelt, and vroom, you’re on your way!
Brightly-colored flowers can brighten any day. What are your favorite flowers? What colors do you like? Be inspired to build your own flower garden! With just 16 bricks from the LEGO® Classic set 10717 Bricks Bricks Bricks, you can build your favorite flower in just a few seconds. Download the free building instructions to learn how to construct stalks and leaves and add details to your flowers with arched bricks for petals and elements that look like stamens. Disclaimer: These instructions will not teach you to recreate your favorite garden scents, so we’ll leave that up to your imagination. Just stop and smell the roses, exotic flowers and everything in between.
Home is where the heart is, and this cozy little country home play house is full of heart and just waiting for your imagination and creativity to move in. We have used sand-colored and brown bricks, and blue bricks for the roof – all from the LEGO® Classic set 10717 Bricks Bricks Bricks. You can use any color you like to build your dream play house. This one has a nice little downstairs kitchen with a stove, oven, table and chairs, and upstairs is a comfy and snug little bedroom – both with windows overlooking the garden. What will yours look like?
Ahoy, matey! When was the last time you sailed around the world, traded treasures for gold, and fought off pirates on the seven seas? You don’t need a certificate of competence to be the captain of this old galleon. Just the LEGO® Classic set 10717 Bricks Bricks Bricks (or whatever bricks you have), these free building instructions, and your imagination. It may look miniature, but it’s built for maximum adventure and blue water sailing, with three sails, cannons, and precious cargo onboard. Can you hear the ship creaking against the waves and taste the salty sea fog on your lips? Anchors aweigh! (Wooden legs optional.)
How many bricks does it take to build a castle? With the LEGO® Classic set 10717 Bricks Bricks Bricks, surprisingly few! These free building instructions show you how to build a fun little toy castle with hinged walls and even a lowered draw bridge. This little model is easy to bring on the go, bring out for play time or pack away before dinner. Once you’ve built your own little castle, you can start thinking about what else to build for your medieval adventures. Maybe add a park, a moat, a king and queen, and brave knights!