Probably something that I should ask Lego directly but thought I'd ask here in case anyone has had this experience.
So my kids primary school run a Christmas fair with funds raised going to the school. Parents all donating time, effort and materials to raise money. Have thought about doing a Lego stall, sourcing the components from bricklink/Lego.
My Question is would there be any issues in using existing Lego designs like the 30286 christmas tree polybag?
If I have to go custom build I'd probably try & get the blessing of the original designer but is there some good software for generating instructions?
I'd probably look at running a little workshop where the kids buy a small ziplock bag with the components, sit there & build it then take it home. Obviously it would be good to have a few choices of items to build but I think it best to start small before being ambitious.
I'm looking at maybe trying to source items for £1-2 and selling for £2-3. My list of potential builds so far:
30286 xmas tree - Seems the best bet. Can source within budget.
850850 santa bauble - Good alternaltive.
30186 xmas tree - Harder to source with decent margin.
30182 Santa - Harder to source with decent margin
40010 Santa with Sledge Building Set - expensive to source parts, would have to raise prices which is going to be less popular,.
30474 Reindeer - great build but v. expensive to source parts
40093 snowman - Way to expensive.
Any suggestions on small build sets that primary school kids would like?
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