Day 13: Legos

Well, we’re back from our mini-vacation, meaning that we’ve got stable internet access. We missed a day as we were traveling back so you’ll find two posts tomorrow as an IOU!

For today, we’ve created a lego theme. They’re super simple to make, and you will be able to bring the nostalgia of childhood memories into your community.

Legos! Day 12 of the 30 Day Inspiration Challenge.

What you’ll need:

Legos! Day 12 of the 30 Day Inspiration Challenge.

You’ll additionally want to have a glue gun or foam tape and a sharpie. You can mix and match the colors of the card stock. Don’t have a circle punch? Don’t fret. You can simply use a circular object such as a lid to trace around. This circle is approximately 2 inches in diameter. Our card stock has been pre-cut into 4.5″x5.5″7″x4.5″ pieces.


Legos! Day 12 of the 30 Day Inspiration Challenge. 1. Using the circle punch, cut out six circles from the card stock.

2. Place the adhesive onto the back of the circle. If you’re using a glue gun, drop a large dot of glue in the center of the circle. Allow it to cool a bit and then place onto the top corner of the other cut sheet of card stock. Press down softly, allowing the circle to stick out just a bit. If you are using foam tape, simply adhere the tape onto the circle and press it onto the cardstock.

3. Repeat step 2 until all of the circles are places onto the card stock. Place the resident’s name onto the bottom right corner circle. We’ve added variety by cutting the card stock into a smaller square and only using four circles.

You can even print their names out using a lego type font.

Legos! Day 12 of the 30 Day Inspiration Challenge.

Bulletin Boards

  • Building a strong resume: Post information on what makes for a great resume. Check this link out.

Hall Decorations

  • Recreate this party plate idea by cutting out yellow lego people and posting them around your hallway.
  • Using the door dec tutorial, create extra legos of various colors and shapes. String them together to make a garland that hangs throughout your hallway.


  • Wish your residents a great start to the semester. Collect mason jars, decorate them to look like lego people, and fill them with goodies such as pens or candy.
  • “Lego” my Eggo: Host a brunch that features a waffle bar. Set up waffles and various toppings for residents to customize their plate. Use this event as a way to teach your residents about the importance of breakfast.
  • Team builders: Take the concept of team building to the next level. Contact a local chapter of Habitat for Humanity or another similar type of organization and volunteer for a day of building a home in your community.
  • What would a lego theme be without some real legos? Have a lego competition to get your creative sides going. You’ll be amazed with what your residents will come up with.

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