We made a rolling IKEA LEGO storage cart which let the kids wheel the LEGO bricks to where they want to build their LEGOs.
Then, after playing, they can store all the bricks and roll the cart back in place. All neat and tidy.
- TROFAST frame
- 3 TROFAST storage boxes
- Masking tape
- Piece of wood
- 2 LEGO plates
- 4 wheels
1. First, cut the TROFAST frame at the 4th frame (or at the desired height)
2. Then, assemble bottom of the storage, glue and screw top of the storage in the frame
3. Next, hide screw heads by putting making tape around top and bottom of the frame
4. After that, glue 2 LEGO plates on top of the structure. To cut the LEGO plates, simply use scissors
5. Add wheels underneath
6. Lastly, cut 3 pieces of wood the same length as the side of the structure and screw on one side. Glue rest of LEGO plates on top of the wood pieces. Add masking tape to hide the screws.
And voilà, a very happy kid who can store all his LEGOs. And happy parents that don’t step on these nasty little LEGO pieces anymore.
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