We love playing with sugru and LEGO. Check out our video of LEGO experiments:

Recently we made a MEGA breakthrough.

Imagine. LEGO that can bend! We have used it to make amazing LEGO bracelets. What would you do with it?

That's right. And now we're going to show you how.

All you will need for this project is about 8 - 10 2x2 LEGO bricks (the more colours the better) and 2 minipacks of sugru.

sugru is great for this because it forms a strong bond but remains flexible when kept thin.

You can buy sugru here.

Step 1: connect your bricks

Take a pea sized piece of sugru and press it into the side of one of your bricks. Ensure there is a strong bond and shape the sugru into a small pyramid.

TOP TIP: Be careful not to flow over the top and bottom of the brick with the sugru as this would compromise the brick's LEGO connectivity.

Press the pointy end of the pyramid into the side of another block. Again be weary not to overflow. 

After you have pressed the sugru into both blocks, gently thin the sugru and separate the blocks apart again (keeping them connected with sugru!) so that they we be nice and flexy!

Be sure there are no creases or cracks in the sugru as this could form a tear when cured and flexy. You can use soapy water to smooth the sugru. Make sure the LEGO is pressed fully into both brick to ensure a strong bond.

This brings back memories of Better Blocks commercials from the '80s.<br> <br> <a href="http://www.betterblocks.com/" rel="nofollow">http://www.betterblocks.com/</a>
This is fantastic!!!

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