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LEGO DOTS

41928 DOTS Bag Tag Narwhal

$12.99

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Tag your bag and hang out with this adorable narwhal! Assemble the bag tag then design a cool narwhal with cute facial expressions. Use the included tiles to make a bubbly blue, teal and aqua narwhal or change things up with an Extra DOTS bag. Match your bag tag's look or redesign it any time. Once you're happy, use the silicone ring to attach the tag to your bag and off you go! #dotyourworld ? Surprise any youngster with this underwater-inspired LEGO? DOTS Bag Tag Narwhal (41928) kit, featuring a sturdy cube with a hanger, key-shaped tile remover and plenty of colorful tiles. ? Kids can decorate the bag tag toy using the design ideas from the packaging or use their creativity and skills to make up their own imaginative patterns. ? The included tiles are great for decorating. Kids can also swap the tiles with any of the other toy craft kits or bags, such as Extra DOTS ? Series 3 or 4 (41921 or 41931) for more design fun! ? Any kid with a passion for arts and crafts will love this great bag tag accessory. The kit is a fast and fun creative break and the tag will fit on any bag that boys and girls aged 6+ might carry. ? Creative play in a portable size. Each bag tag measures over 1.5 in. (4 cm) high and 1 in. (3 cm) wide and deep and makes a durable and useful little treat or top extra gift for any child. ? Give kids appealing toy crafts to create and use with LEGO? DOTS sets. This adorable narwhal presents kids with unique customization options that help build confidence while they have fun. ? LEGO? DOTS sets offer open-ended creativity and encourage kids? self-expression through creating and designing useful craft items, bringing the joy of LEGO play to a new group of kids. ? LEGO? components meet stringent industry standards to ensure they are consistent, compatible and connect and pull apart reliably every time ? it's been that way since 1958. ? LEGO? components are dropped, heated, crushed, twisted and analyzed to make sure they meet strict global safety standards.