Monday, 25 September 2017

Lego Tape Ideas For Adults And Giveaway




I occasionally browse crowd funding websites to see what brilliant (and ridiculous) ideas people have. In March this year I spotted crowd funding for adhesive lego tape on Indiegogo. The idea captured the imagination of thousands of people and Nimuno Loops quickly exceeded their funding target reaching 40,000 backers. While they finished off their testing and production process lego tape became widely available from a number of different companies.

ideas of things to do with lego tape for adults including key holder, picture frame and cable holder

Adhesive lego tape is pretty cool stuff. It makes it easy to build on any surface whether horizontal or vertical. The lego tape can be cut to required length and it goes round corners and with a bit of creativity it can be useful for both children an adults. Give some to child and they will have hours of fun playing with it, but adults might need a little bit more inspiration. It sticks to most surfaces, but it’s recommended to avoid paint. The adhesive will peel off surfaces so it can be reused in different places.

Ideas Of How To Use Lego Tape (For Adults)


The most helpful use I have found so far is to look after keys. A piece of lego on a keyring and a small piece of tape on the wall and now I always know where the back door key is. So easy. 

Idea of using lego tape to keep keys safe

We have lots of little lego figures from blind bags which were always getting knocked over. I have put some of the tape on a picture frame and not only does it store them neatly, but it makes the a fab looking picture frame too.  

Idea of using lego tape to look after mini figures and make a fab picture frame

I love that lego characters hand are just the right size to hold cables so with a figure and a bit of tape you can make a pretty cool cable holder. This is helpful to stop them getting tangled and to save precious time searching for the right one. It almost justifies all the money we spent on blind bags!

Idea of using lego tape to hold cables

Just like with lego the only limit is your imagination. If you want to see what you (or your children) can create I have a roll of the Original Nimuno loops (now rebranded as Mayka Toy Block Tape) to giveaway. Entry is via the Rafflecopter widget below, open to UK residents only, closes midnight Sunday 8th October.

Nimuno Loops lego tape
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For further inspiration of what to do with lego tape check out these posts:

https://www.janineslittleworld.com/mayka-toy-block-tape-review/

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83 comments

  1. I built a princess castle with my daughter

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  2. I built a castle with working drawbridge

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  3. My little boy and I sat down the other day and made a tree house out of lego! Great for imaginations! A toy I wish I invented...I would be R.I.C.H! lol

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  4. Me and my daughter built farmhouse and high school with Lego sets at the weekend it was fun . X

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  5. We built a huge tower quite recently and that was fun!

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  6. I'm not great with Lego, but my little boy built a science lab. He's 3 and desperately wants to be a Scientist. Not when he grows up, now! lol

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  7. My daughter has the knight bus from Harry potter....took us days!!!

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  8. A castle complete with towers and turrets!

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  9. I tried to build the Titanic with my little boy and you know what it didn't sink in the bath...just sort of floated on it's side ;)

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  10. A harry potter castle....very detailed x

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  11. A motorised prison (my nephew's idea).

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  12. I lack imagination so it was only a big house with trees.

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  13. A castle

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  14. What's the best thing you have ever built from lego? . . . . a house when we had a pet mouse, we thought it was great

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  15. I once built a model ship, didn't float very well though!

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  16. My daughter is five and loves it when we build stables for her my litre ponies, the longest set was my sons Lego star wars millennium falcon, it took us days and lots of patience 😂 xXx

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  17. My son loves lego his master piece was the lego batman car he built on his birthday xx

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  18. i think it has to be a zoo i built with my youngest son

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  19. We only had bricks, no theme, the best I built was a house

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  20. I think it would have to be a monkey

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  21. A vending machine, built by my son with a little help from me. It even worked when you put some money in the slot you could get a sweet out.

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  22. I had the millennium falcon kit which is the best kit I have done - the best free style would be the USS enterprise from TNG

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  23. A giant tower taller than my daughter

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  24. I built a time machine with lego once but some kid kicked it and it broke and 2017 sucks. I wanna go back to 2077.

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  25. I built a time machine with lego once but some kid kicked it and it broke and 2017 sucks. I wanna go back to 2077.

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  26. me and my 2 boys decided we would use every bit of lego we owned and we made a garage for their cars and made it to about 3 feet high :)

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  27. I mainly built houses when I was young, but I loved doing it.

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  28. A house for Cookie the Elf at Christmas!!!
    Thanks
    xx

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  29. I built an amazing spaceship with my son

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  30. My key rack for the wall in the kitchen

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  31. I'm not good at it at all - my husband made a great boat though

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  32. Built some fantastic pieces from lego super heroes

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  33. The best thing we ever built was the Death Star from Star Wars. Looked incredible.

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  34. we built a copy of our actual house! IT wasnt great but it kind of looked like it haha

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  35. I built the fire engine station with truck and helicopter

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  36. Serving platters for Santa & Rudolphs goodies complete with pictures - tamed the Christmas Eve mania!

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  37. I build a house for my Sindy doll!

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  38. A Vets office with a couple of toy dogs.

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  39. Big mansion with balcony and swimming pool

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  40. A massive house complete with a cress lawn.

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