Should a ninja wear a pirate hat? Should the pirate wear a police badge? It's all up to you in Ultimate Sticker Collection: LEGO® Minifigure: Mash Up!
This new sticker collection allows kids to dress LEGO minifigures in unique outfits and to complete cool vehicles and buildings. Spreads offer scenes with missing elements that can be satisfyingly completed using specific stickers, while other pages offer creative scope to mix-and-match stickers to create fun and unusual outfits for LEGO minifigures.
LEGO® City, LEGO® NINJAGO™, LEGO® Legends of Chima™ and LEGO® Pirates are just a few of the popular LEGO themes that you can combine in Ultimate Sticker Collection: LEGO® Minifigure: Mash Up!
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