This candy dispenser provides a fun way to get a delicious sweet treat. A simple slider mechanism doles out the goods and the top has an easy-release lid. The Lego Candy Dispenser is a super simple build and doesn't take a bunch of crazy pieces but still results in an impressive way to share your candy with friends. 

The dispenser is made of four main parts:
The steps are labeled accordingly. 

Step 1: The Parts

The Lego Candy Dispenser takes a variety of parts to make but since there's aren't many specialized or rare parts, most people should be able to build it without trouble. While the exact parts and color you use will likely be different than mine, the basic part types you will need are:
-1x1 round plates
-2x3 sloped bricks
-1x2 window thingies

Check out the picture captions for the part names.

If you have any trouble with obtaining the transparent parts, you could always use transparent bricks or only make one level of transparent bricks and close the rest in normal bricks, the candy won't be as visible but you'll still be able to see inside. 
<p>I made this and I love it! I used different windows, and in the back, because I didn't have enough windows, I just made a wall. Thanks for posting!! </p>
<p>I just made this for my boyfriend for xmas! I'm so excited to give it to him! Thank you!!</p>
where do you get that many pieces?
<p>i have to many! i have over that much i could make a lot of them! Oh and go to your nearest lego store and go up to the counter and ask</p>
<p>BEST EVER</p>
<p>My husband is a Lego League coach and we have bins on bins of misc Legos. Surprisingly there were no clear ones, but I used windows instead to the same effect. Fun project that took about 30 minutes to complete. He'll really get a kick out of eating candy from this.Thanks!</p>
<p>Love it! My son and I put it together. We didn't have the exact Lego pieces, but we improvised and it came out great! It's a great template for other projects! </p>
<p>nice i love to see what people can come up with lego.</p>
So cool and functional. Thanks for the video too.
<p>can you make some thing that inserts money for it</p>
<p>it dose work</p>
It worked!!!!!!
I'm making it right now I'm so excited
I already tried that, it didn't work.
I tried starbursts, but it didn't work because the waxy paper wrappers stick together if you have them layered.
I'm gonna have to go to my Lego store to get clear bricks because I only have like 2 :p and I would wash the inside bricks because I kinda think its unsanitary. But other than that I love this :) can u make a starburst one???
I can make this
FYI it's costs about £23 on lego pick a brick
Thank you I will make this Tomorrow to limate how many sweets I have!!
I'm not all that into Lego but this looked pretty awesome :) It seems easy enough to mod but, for this, I'd only suggest something for the windows to rest on. They look like they are freestanding! 5/5 because I'm not too lazy to put something to hold the windows in place myself.
do we have to have the tiles? i dont have any at my house.
I made one, it turned out to be great for dispensing M&amp;Ms!
too cool! i love it!
genius! i love it!
i made it and it really works!!!! thanks
very cool were y bye this
this is pretty awesome just like all your lego creations great job<br>
What a Lego artist you are! This is so clever an idea, I could just see kits coming out made by Lego Co. <br>I looked at the other lego ideas you have and I have to say you have a very creative mind, and are very good at making a clear instructible. <br>Thanks for posting this! <br> <br>Chris <br> <br>PS: You definately earned a quadruple 'very kool' on this one!
Very very very cool!
sweet!! the ible i mean
awesome! i love it THE BEST CANDY DISPENSER !!!!!! EVER!!!!!!
so cute!

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