Lego Glasses

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Introduction: Lego Glasses



These glasses are really cool because you can actually wear them! You can even customize the colors and add details like clear bricks to be even more like real glasses. They would also be great as part of an 8-bit costume. 

Step 1:

The bricks you will need are:
-12 1x2s
-3 1x3s
-4 1x6s
-2 1x8s

Step 2:

Create the base with 2 1x6s. Stack a total of 6 1x2s, as shown in the picture.

Step 3:

Bridge the two sides together with a 1x4.

Step 4:

Now stack 4 1x4s on the next level as shown.

Step 5:

Close the glasses with 2 1x6s.

Step 6:

Create the stems by staggering a 1x2, 1x4, and 1x8 for each side. Attach to the frames. Now you can mold the glasses to your face by curving them a little to fit snugly. Enjoy geeking out with your Lego glasses!

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13 Discussions

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KyleeMay
KyleeMay

4 years ago

I think I might try this, considering I'm a Lego freak! LOL?

Awesome idea by the way!?

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jstevenson14
jstevenson14

6 years ago

love this my kids are going to love this as well

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miagg7
miagg7

7 years ago

Is that u in the pictures

These made me laugh when I saw them. If I get my hands on some legos I'm making a pair!

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abbyr
abbyr

8 years ago on Introduction

can you use larger bricks to make a bigger pair?

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sherrycayheyhey
sherrycayheyhey

Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

Like Duplo? I'm sure you could but they wouldn't fit the average human head as well.

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sherrycayheyhey
sherrycayheyhey

Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

Thanks! I love the versatility of them since they can be made to match any ensemble.