2012 LEGO Wall Calendar

2012 LEGO Wall Calendar

Sometimes it’s the little things that make the biggest difference. Sure you have great LEGO creations like the Super Star Destroyer, VW Camper Van and the Death Star, but what do you have on your walls?  To add that finishing ambiance to your room, get the 2012 LEGO Wall Calendar.  This is a very inexpensive way to add a smile to the LEGO fans face and may even get them to do a few things for you.

2012 LEGO Calendar

This 2012 LEGO calendar is packed with LEGO building tips, LEGO artist profiles, and photos with historical lore.

LEGO 2012 Calendar

2012 LEGO Wall Calendar

Named Toy of the Century by Fortune magazine, LEGO toys are one of the most popular ever, beloved by boys, girls, and grown-ups too! Exhibiting a dozen astonishingly lifelike constructions by top LEGO designers, LEGO: The Calendar is a fun and obsessive tribute to the little plastic blocks that have fueled kids’ imaginations for generations. Each of these creations is a masterpiece of imagination and engineering. A space shuttle on the launch pad (10 . . . 9 . . . 8 . . . ). A perfect replica of the White House. An entire city block, finely detailed down to every lamppost and distinctive building façade. Accompanying the photographs is lively text with historical lore, building tips, and LEGO artist profiles.

You can pick up the 2012 LEGO Wall Calendar at Barnes & Noble for $11.69.  You can also purchase the 2012 US LEGO Wall Calendar at the LEGO Shop for $9.99 or at Calendars.com for $12.99.

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