Amazing Ways To Use LEGO You Probably Never Thought About

Most of us think of LEGO as toys, but there are actually a lot of practical ways you can use these plastic bricks in your everyday life.
LEGO produced their first plastic brick in 1947, but their limitless construction capabilities inspire people to come up with new projects to this day. For example, one clever teacher even uses LEGO to teach math.

#1 Lego Heart Necklace Set

#2 Use LEGOs To Explain Math To Schoolchildren

#3 Lego Cable Organizer

#4 Lego Fish Tank

#5 Lego Gift Box

#6 Lego Kitchen Decor

#7 Lego Chess

#8 Lego Bird Feeder

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#10 Lego Wall

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#16 Device Docking Rig

#17 After Learning From D Doctor That I Need Something More Stable Than A Coffee Stirrer, I Used #lego

#18 Lego Flower Pot

#19 Small Lego Earrings

#20 Lego Guitar

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#22 Lego Cool Coasters

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#32 Lego Desk Organizer

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#34 Lego Camera

#35 Lego Computer Case

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#37 Lego Dining Table

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#41 Lego Marble Run

#42 Vase

#43 Game Controller Organizer

#44 Soap Display

#45 Lego Magnets

#46 Lego Rings

#47 Minifigure Display Art

#48 Lego Storage Container Made From Legos

#49 Lego Stairs

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