Easter Bunny’s Carrot House set review
At LEGO Brand Retail Stores and LEGO Shop@Home, This Gift with Purchase promotion will run from March 16th to April 5th 2021. It will have a qualifying threshold of $60/€60/£60 across all themes. We received an early copy of the set from The LEGO Group for review.
Box and Contents
You’ll find an instruction manual, a sticker sheet and 4 unnumbered bags inside the box
Once finished, the build features a house that resembles the top of a growing carrot waiting to be plucked from the ground (by a giant human!) and a small wacky bunny build to break away from the bunny minifigure houses that we have gotten in the past few years.
The interior is decorated with some stickers and also a small light yellow chest of drawers while the exterior shows off some plants and two lavender coloured egg flowers? The build is given a flourish with the cute red postbox.
There are no printed elements in this set.
The build employs a bit of Studs Not on Top(SNOT) techniques, with the three exterior faces of the house held in place using elements such as Brick, 1×1, modified with 1×1 Studs on Adjacent sides and brick 1×4, modified with 4 studs.
I have removed some bricks on the pictures up top, for a side view on how the window and window sill with planter is done efficiently.
Here is a zoomed in view of some areas of the house (We did not showcase the Easter, Easter Egg that the set designer has left in this set, though the back of the box sorta spoils that) We personally like the side view of the house with the stickered window panels.
We give this Gift With Purchase build a 3.5/5 stars for its simplicity and charm which employs some intermediate building techniques suited for every budding LEGO builder.
The set used for this review was sent to us by The LEGO Group for the purpose of an honest review. Provision of sets do not in any way influence or guarantee a positive review.