LEGO Note Book

LEGO Note Book

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LEGO have made a huge red notebook with the world famous LEGO logo on each side. The note block is great for using for drawings, notes or for the side of the telephone. The note block from LEGO is bright and unique, the only problem is you'll find it hard to use as overtime you make a note the block will get smaller!

Although these are not sticky notes, the blocks of paper are very useful and can be used in a number of places. These are not just for children too, these could look really good in an office or near a telephone. With the amount of paper you actually get in this LEGO block of paper it proves to be fantastic value for money.

Together with some of the other items in the LEGO stationary range this could be a really fantastic gift for someone. Certainly don't forget to buy a LEGO pen and pencil to go along with the note block. You could even create a small LEGO stationary gift set and give this as a gift - it would be really very fun and the recipient would love the extra effort! For any LEGO fan this would be a really great gift that they are sure to love.

BRICKGO Webmaster Comments

A LEGO note book, what better way to leave notes and reminders for the boss, parents or friends. You could even use the LEGO note book to sketch out plans for your next LEGO creation. The note book is part of the LEGO Stationery range, and would be an ideal gift bundled with a LEGO pen or pencil.

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