When Jason Middaugh and his family set out to recreate the house from the movie “A Christmas Story” using Legos, they had no idea what they were getting into. The small family project ended up taking six months to complete. It turns out, finding all of the 2,000 pieces required to finish the house based on the holiday film wasn’t as easy as they thought. But after scouring the Internet, the Marcellus, New York family got what they needed.
The Middaughs even included other details from the movie, including the character Ralphie - wearing the bunny suit, of course, as well as a shipping container marked “fragile.” And no “A Christmas Story” house would be complete without the notorious leg lamp, so they have one of those, too.
This finished house is so impressive, the Middaugh family is campaigning to have it become an official Lego set! Lego reviews considers ideas when 10,000 people support a plan on their site. So far the Middaughs have 9,657 and counting, so they’re almost there.
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Source: New York Post