In the present time, we all love to style and dress in a way that we become the centre of attraction. What can be better than wearing a suit for men when gracing an event? And cufflinks add an elegant touch to your look, doesn’t it? This is why we are going to tell you how to make LEGO cufflinks today.
If you are thinking of a gift for a LEGO player, LEGO cufflinks are a unique gift for them. Yes, you heard it right as what can be better than gifting something they are interested in? They can be purchased online, but what if we say that you can quickly create your own for a more personalised touch? They are fun to wear, but the best part is that they’re a lot of fun to construct.
Not just this, making LEGO cufflinks can also help in cognitive development. It allows you and your kids to get creative and make customised cufflinks with for your loved ones. You can always buy and gift them to them, but it enhances their emotional value when you make them yourself, right? The best thing about it is that you can make it with only a few supplies.
So, don’t wait anymore and look at the few supplies you will need to make it at home.
You just need the following LEGO pieces and you can make an android bot using them.
- A container
- Spoon to stir
- LEGO squares
All you have to do is follow the given steps, and you can make LEGO cufflinks for yourself and your loved ones.
Step 1: Take the epoxy and mix it well in a container with the help of a disposable spoon and coat the cufflinks with the epoxy.
Mix the epoxy
Step 2: Take the epoxy applied cufflinks and press them at the centre of the LEGO squares.
Paste the cufflinks on LEGOs
Step 3: Keep the square cufflinks aside and let them dry.
Let them dry
Step 4: Your cufflinks are ready to use or to give to someone.
While making these fascinating cufflinks, make sure that you handle the glue gun with caution. Moreover, try to work with the epoxy under your parents’ supervision.
So, now that you know how to make LEGO cufflinks at home get ready to make one for yourself.
Saquib Siddiqui is a Mechanical Engineer with expertise in science projects and experiments. Saquib’s work focuses on integrating scientific concepts with practical applications, making complex ideas accessible and exciting for learners of all ages. In addition to his practical work, Saquib has authored several articles, research papers, and educational materials.