It's official. Rather than running some occasional LEGOry through my personal page, there's now a dedicated Facebook page for Dag's Bricks. As my publicity is increasing it only makes sense to make my art easier to find. After last Friday's fashion show it seems like new mountains are coming. Go follow https://www.facebook.com/dagsbricks/ and enjoy the ride with me!
If you'll remember, I built a LEGO dress for my wife. But I also outfitted myself to match her with a LEGO built pair of glasses, belt, and bowtie. That bowtie has become a replicable item. With the leftover parts from the dress I was able to create 6 more LEGO bowties. They are available as a limited first run in my Etsy store. Perfect for a wedding party, geeky prom or grad gift.
Seller: Recycled Brick
Feedback (at time of writing): 2684
Feedback Ratio: 99.92% positive (two neutrals ever)
Location: United States, California
Order Size: 115 items, 35 lot
Condition: 76% Used
Shipping Charge: Actual which is pretty amazing for a California seller.
Final Cost per Part: $0.21
Order Date: Feb 16
Invoice Date: Feb 17
Payment Date: Feb 17
Shipping Date: Feb 17
Delivery Date: Feb 22
Why this store: This was the second frantic final order before Bricks Cascade. Plus there were a lot of neat parts to finish some older sets.
Packaging: Parts cordoned smartly into zip baggies then gathered and mummified in bubble wrap, then in a bubble mailer. Business card included.
Feedback left: Positive
Odd telltale signs: none
Issues: missing one Modulex brick which was inconsequential. Seller chose to refund plus send a variant in its place.
Notable because of the exact shipping and no fees for a California seller. Something about sellers from that state results in a large percentage of them putting a fat thumb on the shipping scale. This seller also has Modulex which is a fun addition to any order and rare for a US seller. Great communication, selection and speed puts this on my favorites list.