The first step is to figure out where to put your LEGO bricks.
You can start with the base and then build the entire house on top of it.
This is not easy, but you can learn how to do it.
To begin with, get your bases made.
You will want to cut down about one-third of your base’s height, and then trim the top section to the same size.
(You’ll also want to trim off the corners.)
This will give you a base that is about the same height as the bottom section, but the top and bottom are not nearly as high as the middle.
You’ll want to use a piece of scrap wood as a base.
This will be about the size of a basketball, and it will be placed over the entire building.
Next, you’ll need to figure how to place the bricks.
Place them where they’ll fit on the floor, but not so close that they’ll crush the bricks into your home.
Then, use the glue gun to glue them in place.
You should get a few bricks on each side.
Once you have them in position, you can trim away at the top of the base, and the base will be ready to go.
The second step is making sure the bricks are stable.
Place a small piece of foam over the top so the bricks will stay in place, and make sure the foam is not too soft.
If you’re making a set of four bricks, the foam will be thicker than a single piece of wood.
(This is because it’s meant to hold the bricks in place.)
You will also need to make sure your bricks are strong enough to hold up.
You may have to buy some extra pieces of foam to make it look like the bricks hold up better than it really does.
You want the foam to be about as strong as possible.
The final step is placing your base.
Put the base into the center of the building, with one piece of plywood or foam on the top.
Then place the top layer of the bricks on top, so the whole house is covered in a thin layer of foam.
(See the pictures above to see how to build your own.)
Next, make sure that the foam covering the base is level with the top part of the brick wall.
Make sure that there’s enough foam for the entire wall to be level, but no more than the top half of the wall is.
You could also add a few more foam layers to the base if you have room.
When the foam layer is level, you will now have two pieces of ply wood on the sides of the house.
You now have a base, a roof, and a door.
If all else fails, you may need to trim the foam on your base back so that it doesn’t crush your bricks.
The last step is building the roof.
Place the roof over the base.
You need to cut the roof into the same shape as the base by cutting the top piece in half.
Next make a small strip of foam around the edges.
You’re going to make a triangle, and you’re going of course to use the foam strips to fill the triangular shape.
You are going to tie a knot at the ends of each strip, and trim the ends to give it a triangular shape and shape it into a circle.
Next you will tie a loop around the base to create a knot.
Tie a second knot to secure the roof to the other side of the roof and to the foam strip.
Next tie a third knot to tie around the other end of the foam.
Now you will attach the roof directly to the floor.
This should look like this: This will allow you to put the roof down easily.
The roof will not be too thick, because the foam you’re using will be more than just a thin sheet of foam that will fit over the brick walls.
If the roof is too thin, the bricks won’t fit into the hole, and your bricks will be crushed into the bricks below.
Once the roof has been put in place you’ll want a base for it.
Use a piece, like a sheet of cardboard, to place a flat piece of insulation over the roof, as shown above.
(It’s important that you cut a section of foam off of the end of this piece so that the roof won’t collapse.
If this doesn’t happen, your roof will collapse.)
Now you’re ready to put a brick or two on top.
It will take a little practice to get the bricks to line up with the bricks of your other house.
First, try putting two or three bricks in a row, as you would with any other base.
Then you can try putting a third brick on top as well.
Make your bricks into a tight rectangle that will cover the entire base.
The bricks will also form a “warp” of sorts between the base walls.
As you make your bricks, you might want to add extra layers of insulation or a roof piece that will provide more