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Finished MOC: Room of Requirement

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This is a scene from Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince where Harry goes to the Room of Requirement (i.e. the lost and found room) to hide his potions textbook. This one was a lot of fun. I got to go through my LEGO and put a lot of random stuff in there. Lots of elements aren’t permanent, so every time I add them in, they are in slightly different locations. Each building/dressing of the room is completely unique 🙂


Finished MOC: Seven Potters


The Seven Potters scene from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows where Fleur, George, Fred, Ron, Hermione, and Ginny use Polyjuice to appear like Harry so he can escape from Number 4 Privet Drive safely (in theory). This is the Dursley’s kitchen, just after transformation. I thought this would be fun to do because I have so many Harry Potter sets and, therefore, so many Harry Potter minifigs.


Harry Potter MOCs

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I am working on 3 MOCs for sure for BrickFair 2010:

  • Book 5- Christmas at Grimmauld Place- haven’t started it yet but hope to this week
  • Book 6- Room of Requirement aka the Lost & Found Room- in progress; hope to finish it tonight
  • Book 7- Seven Potters- almost finished; just waiting on a BrickLink order with a few more brown bricks for the top of the walls, an oven, and a television

I was thinking how much fun it would be to do one scene from each book, but nothing from the first four books is really jumping out at me as a “must do” right now. I thought at one point it would be fun to do the scene from POA where Lupin turns into a werewolf and Pettigrew escapes.

I’ll have to give this more thought. I have an idea for something in Book 1 right now as well. But I also really want to try and build a lighthouse. So… I might leave it at the three scenes above for now and pick the idea up later if time permits. The problem is that I’ll be away for almost 2 weeks in the middle of July. Then I’ll have a little over a week to get everything together and go to BrickFair! So I’ve got to get going on my building now. I’ve done the three small, easy ones first.

Finished MOC: Wizard Rock Concert

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I made a MOC vignette of the second Harry Potter Wizard Rock concert I ever attended at Patrick Henry Library in Northern Virginia. The MOC features the Remus Lupins and Draco and the Malfoys. It’s not completely done (Alex still needs a guitar and I might change the flag or add a few more fangirls). Maybe I’ll change out some hands as well. But I’m happy with it as-is.

Wizard Rock Concert Photos

Valentine’s Day

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I made this for my family on Valentine’s Day. It’s a big red heart, our recent snow, and… my family in LEGO!

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Finished MOC: Gryffindor Tower

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Posted late, but better late than never. Here’s my finished Gryffindor Tower!

My MOC-Card:
From the world of Harry Potter. This is part of Gryffindor Tower as I imagine it might look in the 1970s when the Marauders were students at Hogwarts. Can you spot James Potter, Remus Lupin, Sirius Black, Peter Pettigrew, and Nearly Headless Nick? Can you tell which bed belongs to which student?

Finished Gryffindor Tower

Finished MOC: Snape’s Worst Memory

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It’s technically not completely finished. I’m still waiting on two tiny parts in the mail. But I used replacement parts for this scene in their places for now.

My MOC-Card:
This scene is from Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Chapter 28) in which Harry looks into Professor Snape’s pensive and sees his father and Snape as fifth year students at Hogwarts. As the title implies, Snape doesn’t remember the incident fondly. He winds up upside-down.

Finished Snape’s Worst Memory- SPOILER

Finished MOC: BookCrossing


Tonight I finished one of the two projects I thought up on Monday: BookCrossing!

If you’re planning on seeing it in person and don’t want to be spoiled, don’t click for the photo!

My MOC-Card:
BookCrossing is a fun hobby where you register books you don’t want any more online and then you pass them on to others to enjoy. Usually, you leave them somewhere “in the wild” for anyone to find. This LEGO scene shows a BookCrosser in action, leaving books all around town! Additionally, if there’s a book in the attached portion of this display, feel free to take it home, enter it online, and enjoy.

Finished BookCrossing- SPOILER

Finished MOC: Slytherin Common Room


Last night I completely finished the Slytherin Common Room!

If you’re planning on seeing it in person and don’t want to be spoiled, don’t click for the photo!

My MOC-Card:
From the world of Harry Potter. This is the Slytherin Common Room as I imagine it might look in the 1970s when Snape was a student at Hogwarts. It is described in the books as being dungeon-like with a low ceiling and green lamps & chairs. It is located below the lake where certain magical creatures live. Can you spot Severus Snape, Lily Evans, Regulus Black, and the Giant Squid? Gently lift the blue handle in the front for a better view inside the room.

Finished Slytherin Common Room- SPOILER

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