Yesterday, LEGO announced that they will be working with BrickLink to produce LEGO Ideas projects that were made into official set. As of this writing, there are 44 non-IP projects that were not approved to become sets and that number jumps up to 60 if you count the ones that are currently in review. From the list, there were plenty of projects that fans wanted to be real sets but couldn’t and this upcoming program could finally allow it.
Information about the program is still mostly under wraps but more details will be coming early next year. Depending on when that is, it may or may not include the projects that are currently under review and will also depend on when LEGO announces the next wave of winner(s). Now that we know that only select non-IP projects will be under consideration, which ones do you want to purchase if it comes to the BrickLink AFOL Designer Program?
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