Show you care this Valentine's Day with LEGO roses

While buying for a LEGO lovers, why not think outside the box and give a bunch of bricks.
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Chocolates, perfume, real flowers: all tried and tested Valentine's Day presents but LEGO has a different suggestion.

While buying for a LEGO lovers, why not think outside the box and give a bunch of bricks.

These LEGO roses will not be available in stores, or even petrol stations, but LEGO is encouraging fans to get cracking with recreating it themselves.

'Long after February 14th has come and gone, your love affair with LEGO will live on,' read a statement from LEGO.

'What better way to show your commitment than building a bunch of roses for someone special? Or go one step further and create a LEGO vase to hold them! Better get building now, with only two days until Valentine’s Day and 1,600 bricks to build, there is no time to waste.'

If this seems a little too difficult, or you don't have the correct bricks lying around, there's always the next best thing to woo the other half on Friday: a romantic trip to the cinema to see The LEGO Movie.

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