Release Year: 2015
Cost: Free (with $99 minimum spend on LEGO Shop Online)
Due to the small nature of the set, there’s no unique parts, but some that are a little harder to come by, and some that are just nice to have some more to add to the collection. The earth green 1x4x1 bowed brick are the hardest to come by, having only been seen in one set – 10242: Mini Cooper MK VII from 2014, which I reviewed a few months ago. The earth green, bright red and gold colours go really well together, and is perfect for Christmas sets. It’s vibrant, eye catching, and has a touch of royalty to it. I love it. Other good inclusions are the 14 small rims, 1x2x2 window frames in bright red, the candy and cookie 1×1 round tiles, and the ice-cream used as smoke.
Design / Appearance: 19/20
Value for Money: 8/10
Next Monday is Boxing Day, and I’ll be doing a cheeky double review. I’ll be taking a look at 40205: Little Elf Helpers and 40206: Santa. After that, I’m on holidays for a couple of weeks, so there won’t be much happening on the blog, but I’ll be back! One more week til Christmas! Woo!