MTV Geek: Toy Fair 2012: BrickStix Add A Custom Touch To Our LEGO Creations


If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to add a little extra flair to your next LEGO creation then look no further. BrickStix are stickers created by Greyson MacLean when he was just 9 years-old that can be slapped on mini-figs and anything else we create to add a unique touch not found in standard LEGO construction sets.

BrickStix are reusable, removable and restickable cling decals. They are compatible with most smooth plastic bricks. Add a watchdog to your city, stick an alien aboard your spaceship or put a dent in your car. Change your BrickStix as often as you change your mind. Give your creations life!

The decals come in packs separated by themes like Space, Metro, Splats, Rescue and Transport. They’re meant to be used over an over again just like the bricks we use to build new creations. Things like doors, windows, signs and fire hydrants can spice up a multicolored town while aliens and spacesuit decals for mini-figs take creations out of this world.

On top of the standard BrickStix decals there are also Mods stickers that can be removed without leaving any sticky residue behind. We can use them to create a LEGO zombie outbreak or a WWII battlefield thanks to decals designed specifically for mini-figs. There are also Special Forces and Medieval themes available and a new Comics pack is coming soon.

The best thing about BrickStix and Mods packs is that they’re affordable. Both types of decals can be found on the BrickStix website and a single pack will only set you back about $6.

Read more:
Find: BrickStix Cling Decals for LEGO®, MEGA BLOKS® and Other Plastic Bricks
Find: Mod Stickers for LEGO®, MEGA BLOKS® and Other Plastic Bricks
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