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Lego Decal and Stickers

Lego Decal And Sticker Sets -Brickstix

Lego Decal and StickersI first came across these Lego Decal and sticker sets from Brickstix when I was searching for a Brickjournal back issue some time ago.

At the time I was amazed by the sets, for their quality, range and ingenuity. It’s one of those concepts that as a tryhard-entrepreneur you wonder why you didn’t think about the idea first.

I mean, custom removable stickers and decals for Lego, we all came up with that idea as a child…so I guess it makes sense that the idea for Brickstix was conceived by a kid and then made into a multi award-winning company!

Greyson MacLean

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Meet Greyson McLean, a 12 year old with a passion for Lego and a mind like a steel trap. At 9 years old he came up with the idea of removable Lego stickers to use over and over again.

Like most kids Greyson was frustrated with the official Lego stickers that stuck like glue, and when they did eventually come off they left an icky sediment behind.

After a bit of research, Brickstix was born (with a little help from his mother).

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Greyson does all the design drawings and sends them to a designer (an uncle) who refines them for the stickers. There are 6 varieties of Brickstix packets on different themes, and each packet has two sheets of stickers in each. There is also a Mod range of stickers for creating comics and stop motion animation.

Learn More about Brickstix

Here is an interview with Greyson on Martha Stewart.

How cool is that?

You can follow Greyson and Brickstix on Twitter, check out his blog or find out more on the Brickstix website.

Brick Journal Lego Book Sale

TwoMorrows BrickJournal Back Issue and Lego Sale

Brick Journal Lego Book Sale

BrickJournal MagazineThe folks over at TwoMorrows, the brand behind the awesome Lego magazine Brick Journal, are having a sale.

Brick Journal is one of the most well-read items in my house. My kids flick through them for weeks after they arrive in the mail and they are often the first resources to come out if inspiration is required.

They also sell BrickStix which are clear reusable, removable and restickable cling decals for LEGO. I must admit I just discovered these stickers today but I will certainly be adding them to my next order – what a great idea!

The discounts offered below are wonderful if you are missing some back issues or have yet to try the magazine for yourself or your family. TwoMorrows posts overseas as well as within the US.

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TwoMorrows Sale Details

Lego BrickSticks

Save up to 57% on BrickJournal and TwoMorrows’ other LEGO-related publications and merchandise!

It’s our first-ever sale on LEGO-related publications and merchandise!

Don’t miss this one-shot chance to complete your collection with big savings, NOW THROUGH JUNE 20!

  • BrickJournal print magazines are just $5 each (regular $8.95), with a FREE digital edition! (That’s 44% off cover price!)
  • All individual Lego-related digital editions are 15% off!
  • Lego books are 25-57% off, including new Minifigure Customization and The Cult of LEGO titles!
  • Our You Can Build It book of LEGO instructions is 30% off, or save 33% on a BUNDLE that includes the parts to build two custom sets!
  • Save up to $3 each on our “I Have Issues!”, Happy Brick, and new “Mini Me” t-shirts!
  • Our limited edition Spacefighter Kit (71 LEGO pieces) and Tulip Kit (111 LEGO pieces) are only $8 each (20% off)!
  • Removable/reusable BrickStix stickers and decals for your LEGO® creations are only $5 per set!

This offer applies to online orders for in-stock items (with free Digital Edition included where applicable) ordered now through June 20, 2012. This offer does not include new and pre-order items, which are still on sale for 15% off cover price. Shipping costs are calculated at checkout.