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Contest: Mini-LEGOs Movie Figures

posted by Nell Minow

lego movie legosThis is unquestionably one of the most adorable contest items I’ve ever offered, which makes sense because this is one of the most adorable movies of the year. You can win a set of mini-Lego characters from the movie! (Box not as shown.) There will be a lot of entries for this one, so please don’t get disqualified by not following the rules.

If you want to enter, send me an email at moviemom@moviemom.com with Legos in the subject line and tell me your favorite thing to make with Legos. Don’t forget your address! (US addresses only.) Good luck and I will pick a winner at random on February 12.



  • http://crystalmiller crystal@ckcu.org

    I would love to win the Lego figurines for my 6 year old daughter, Alexis.

    Thank you,
    Crystal Miller

  • http://Lego Jim Johnon

    I would like to have a chance to win the Lego set for my son (Christopher Johnson)
    Out of all his toys Lego seems to bring him the most happiness to play with and build all kinds of things
    Thank You

    James Johnson

  • http://Lego Jim Johnson

    I would like to have a chance to win the Lego set for my son (Christopher Johnson) Ys old
    Out of all his toys Lego seems to bring him the most happiness to play with and build all kinds of things
    Thank You

    James Johnson

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