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LEGOs make the perfect Scrabble board

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Scrabble board made from LegosDo you know someone who doesn't need anything, but you still love them enough to give them a one of a kind gift? I think I may have found the perfect Christmas gift for that someone who has everything.

Eric Harshbarger competes in Scrabble tournaments, but also has a serious Lego profession. It would seem that every time he competed in a tournament, someone would tell him that he should make a Scrabble board out of LEGOs. So he did just that. He glued each Lego piece together and made a circular Scrabble board. He even made tile racks from Legos. He put his name on his finished board so that no one would mistake his board for someone else's.

Just think, every time you want to play Scrabble, you won't have to move your tile rack. With the circular concept, everything should stay in place and turn nicely with the lazy-susan turntable glued to the bottom of your new Scrabble board. What a great gift to give someone who loves Scrabble. If you need other ideas on what to do with Legos or just want to add to your Lego collection, check out the 75th Anniversary Lego special, courtesy of Dan Chilton.


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