Lego Cheese Slope Pendant

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Introduction: Lego Cheese Slope Pendant

Cheese slopes are those little pieces that have a slant to them but are only 1x1 stud size. Cheese slopes are very fun to work with because the slope of the brick and be positioned 4 different ways so you can make a pendant with a lot of texture quickly and easily. 

Step 1:

To make a Lego Cheese Slope Pendant, you will need:
-4x4 plate
-2 1x2 plates
-1 1x2 plate with a hook-type handle (the white piece)
-cord or string

Step 2:

Stack the two 1x2 plates on top of the 1x2 plate piece with the handle. Attach that to the back of the 4x4 plate and it'll create a sort of loop so that it'll stay on the string. 

Step 3:

Now you can start to decorate using whatever pattern you like. Check out the next step for some pattern ideas. 

Step 4:

String the cord through the handle part of the 1x2 plate and you're ready to go. Here are some pattern ideas that will hopefully inside you to make your own. Enjoy :)

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    10 Discussions

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    Judy1147
    Judy1147

    7 years ago on Step 3

    Can all these pieces (except the cord, of course) be found in a bucket of Legos?

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    LvNo1000
    LvNo1000

    7 years ago on Introduction

    :) My lego buckets are all mix-and-match. It'd be awesome if I could make this, but it'd be insanely hard to find patterned slant pieces like that xD 5/5 for the idea anyway. I was impressed

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    sherrycayheyhey
    sherrycayheyhey

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Yours are pretty cool too, I like the one made with the headlight pieces and really like that you used the LEGO chain as the string haha.

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    sherrycayheyhey
    sherrycayheyhey

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you. I love how simple it is to make so many different textures with the cheese slopes.

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    sherrycayheyhey
    sherrycayheyhey

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you, that one was the most complicated one I did. I started in the top left corner and rotated the cheese slope a quarter turn each time and then offset the colors by one to give it a "random" look since I don't do random very well. There are just so many possibilities with the cheese slope positions and then when you add multiple colors it gets out of of control lol.