Free LEGO Minifigure Postcard





My son, Spencer loves LEGO minifigures.

So one day when he was home sick, I found this Free LEGO minifigure postcard that he could make.

He created one with all of us and with a winter background.

Make one of your own family and wish your friends and family a happy holiday season with these cute postcards.

The best party? It is free!

CLICK HERE to make your free LEGO minifigure postcard online

Great Amazon Deals For Kids!






It is never too early to think about Christmas, especially with only 16 weeks left to shop!

Seems like a long time but it comes up fast. So best to start early.

Each week I am going to post some Christmas gift deals from Amazon to help.

This week we are looking at stocking stuffers for kids. (Some items have free shipping over $25 or more so keep an eye out for that)


For the artist in your home:

4 Crayola Washable Finger Paints in Blue/Red/Yellow/Green $4.00 (free shipping over $25)

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Canadian Basics

Crayola Washable Paint Jars 10 (59ml) $4.00 (Free Shipping over $25)

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Canadian Basics

For Babies:

Nuby IcyBite Keys Teether $5.97 (Free Shipping over $25)

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Canadian Basics

Sassy Bathtime Pals $5.99 (Free shipping over $25)

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For the LEGO Fan:

LEGO Creator Power Digger $6.95 (Free Shipping over $25)


Canadian Basics

LEGO Movie Bad Cop Good Cop Minifigure Series 71004 $10.99

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Canadian Basics

Card Games For Kids:

Melissa & Doug Card Game set $9.99 (Free Shipping over $25)

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card game

Uno Card Game $6.93

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How To Make Lego Brownies #recipe




I love to bake but when I am in a rush I like to keep it easy.

Today is the end of school for my kids.  So night I did what many parents do the night before the last day, I baked.

But I really was short on time so I thought well Lego Brownies it is. (it helps they are a frugal treat too!)

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Lego Brownies:


  • Box of Brownie Mix

  • Icing

  • Food Colouring (multiple colours)

  • Smarties

  • may also need eggs, vegetable oil etc. (check your brownie box for directions.)


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  1. Make brownies. (Use directions on the box. ) or make them homemade. Whatever you decide!

  2. Let them cool for about an hour.

  3. Once cooled cut into rectangles.

  4. Take the icing and put it in small containers. Pick your food colouring colour. Drop a few drops in and stir until colour is mixed through.

  5. Ice the small rectangle piece of brownie.

  6. put same colour smarties on the bar  to make it look like a lego block!

  7. Do step 4-6 with various colours.