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  • Heidi Althouse

    DIY Lego table-buy a small side table, adhere a Lego mat. My kids would love this they really want a lego table.

  • Shell Errington

    Ikea table? Awsum idea! DIY Lego table-buy a small side table, adhere a Lego mat-very smart!

  • Holly Christensen Johnson

    DIY Lego table-buy a small side table, adhere a Lego mat-very smart! BTW this table is 12.99 at IKEA! Super Cheap idea that kids will love!

  • Karen Lang

    Lego table made from a $8 Ikea "Lack" table I like the idea of kids having a table to play legos on set up in there room.

  • RyanShannon Webb

    Handmade Christmas Gifts for Boys. Toddler Lego table. We have two of these ikea tables!

  • Meg Antila

    Lego table made from Ikea lack table. i would use the coffee table instead of end table.

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