The latest LEGO Ideas project to reach 10k supporters on the platform is The Costume Store by user Bricky_Brick. It is now the 4th project to join the Second Stage 2021 Review Phase. Also, the Project Creator is also well-known for having created Pirates of Barracuda Bay (21322). This is also the 11th time one of his project has reached the review stage!
From the project creator:
Welcome to the Costume Store!
Do you need a fireman or ghost costume?
We have it and if we don't ask for it. Feel comfortable near our fire place. Make up as a zombie, fairy or vampire, we have special offers for Halloween carnival and Christmas. Swap costumes with your mini figures, add models from the official series, wear your favorite costume and enjoy.
A new modular challenge that offers 3 floors of fun, with bright and striking colors in a total of 2990 pieces.
Inside we find the costume store with a dressing room, fireplace, make-up table, hats and a rear exit, on the other side of the building the entrance to the floor, and in it we find the kitchen.
In the first floor we can see an open room with a door to a terrace. In the diaphanous room a bedroom, a sofa, the chimney with bookcase, a piano, a balcony and stairs to the second floor
In it we find a loft and an attic. In the attic there is a folding bed, furniture and a tree costume (which curiously appears in the news). In the attic, the store's stock.
The stone fireplace goes up the whole building, and at its base we find a sliding plate with which to change the new wood trunks for the old ones.
The costume store is accompanied by 5 charming mini-figures.
Mery: an adorable old woman who grew up in that store.
Ann: Enthusiastic veterinary student who likes working in Mery's store
David: a smart but somewhat mischievous child. He really likes the costumes in Mery's store.
Caroline: David's sister, very happy but distrustful, David is naughty and sometimes hides Caroline´s wand in the building's storage room, she loves to eat gum,
Mr Wood: Musician, looks nice person but have something dark....
(light bricks are for images only)
I hope you like the model.
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