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Could your business use this Lego playhouse to help publicize your business and draw customers to your business?

give people something to talk about?

Would it make a good excuse to publicize your business and get free or nearly free publicity for your business to increase customer traffic and sales?

How much would that be worth to your business?

Wouldn’t it more than make back the effort and money to do it? Even make the difference between profits and nothing over the next six months?

Wouldn’t it increase sales for you?

Contact me, if you are interested – or I could build something specifically for your business but it will have the same design sense with repeating elements. It is distinctive, visually appealing and worth looking at twice. This little playhouse is large enough for an 18 month old – two year old child to go inside, look out the windows and play. It would make an interesting store window display, could offer the opportunity for publicity and promotions of a store or product, pictures of it could be used to get the public attention that your business seeks without costing a fortune to do it.

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cricketdiane - Lego playhouse built Christmas 2008

cricketdiane - Lego playhouse built Christmas 2008

cricketdiane – Jasmine in the Lego playhouse built Christmas 2008 – art of Cricket Diane C Phillips

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cricketdiane - Jasmine in the Lego playhouse built Christmas 2008 - art of Cricket Diane C Phillips

cricketdiane - Jasmine in the Lego playhouse built Christmas 2008 - art of Cricket Diane C Phillips

cricketdiane - Lego playhouse as I was building it last Christmas - an art thing by Cricket Diane C Phillips

cricketdiane - Lego playhouse as I was building it last Christmas - an art thing by Cricket Diane C Phillips

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The above picture was taken last Christmas as the Lego playhouse was being built. It is 33″ tall.

Below, these are some of the Lego projects that had to be taken apart to create the playhouse. As you can see, there is a distinctive design sense to them which is visually appealing and offers something interesting to talk about. It is worth taking a second look and the designs are fun, upbeat and unique.

cricketdiane - Lego castle built by Cricket Diane C Phillips - 2006 - taken apart for Lego playhouse

cricketdiane - Lego castle built by Cricket Diane C Phillips - 2006 - taken apart for Lego playhouse

Well, that one was taken apart but you can see the repeating design work and intricate, distinctive design style.

And, this one was taken apart, too for the Lego playhouse –

cricketdiane - Lego cannon bay - taken apart for Lego playhouse

cricketdiane - Lego cannon bay - taken apart for Lego playhouse

cricketdiane - Lego cannon bay created by Cricket Diane C Phillips - 2008 - project back

cricketdiane - Lego cannon bay created by Cricket Diane C Phillips - 2008 - project back

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And this one –

cricketdiane and Amanda built this Lego amphitheater - taken apart for Lego Playhouse - 2008

cricketdiane and Amanda built this Lego amphitheater - taken apart for Lego Playhouse - 2008

cricketdiane - joint Lego amphitheater project by Amanda and Diane in 2008 - taken apart for Lego playhouse

cricketdiane - joint Lego amphitheater project by Amanda and Diane in 2008 - taken apart for Lego playhouse

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The design below was intended to be part of a four – six baffle system for generating electricity using ocean waves – it worked good made from Legos – below is another view of it.

cricketdiane - ocean baffle design for possible ocean wave electricity generating by Cricket Diane C Phillips 2008 - taken apart for Lego house

cricketdiane - ocean baffle design for possible ocean wave electricity generating by Cricket Diane C Phillips 2008 - taken apart for Lego house

cricketdiane - ocean baffle Lego design for electricity generating using ocean waves - early 2008 / 2007

cricketdiane - ocean baffle Lego design for electricity generating using ocean waves - early 2008 / 2007

cricketdiane - ocean baffle design for possible ocean wave electricity generating by Cricket Diane C Phillips 2008 - taken apart for Lego house

cricketdiane - ocean baffle design for possible ocean wave electricity generating by Cricket Diane C Phillips 2008 - taken apart for Lego house

And this one of Amanda’s miniature buildings that practices a new building application style, we kept – (which I think is a really nifty design, but I think the ones we took apart were very nifty, too – we just needed the Legos for the playhouse.)

Amanda's little Lego house - interesting building methods using Legos - 2006

Amanda's little Lego house - interesting building methods using Legos - 2006

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One more look at the Lego Playhouse –

cricketdiane - one half of the Lego Playhouse I built at Christmas 2008

cricketdiane - one half of the Lego Playhouse I built at Christmas 2008